When you are going to drive motorhome you should be care full about all accessories of it and mirrors should be adjusted in proper direction. The person who is going to sit on the driver's seat must check other equipments of motorhome like, brake, horn, accelerate, head lights, indicators, wipers, seat belts etc..
The driver must be aware of the account for motorhome's size when he/she uses that much big vehicle. This information will be use full at the time of taking turn within small amount of space. Proper idea of size of our vehicle is very important because the heavy vehicle takes more time to slow down, change the track and to accelerate.
Avoid driving or pulling your RV during bad weather and high winds. Because of the size and mass of RV's it can be extremely dangerous to travel during periods of high winds. It's better to get to your destination one day later, than to risk traveling in bad weather.
Limit your driving time to 300 to 350 miles. You will be more alert, and arrive at the campground with abundance of day light to get set up and settled in before it gets dark outside. This gives you a chance to relax and get have a rested for another day of travel, and to enjoy some of the facilities the campground has to offer.
During winter journey you should carry the following: reflective warning triangles, warm clothing, a shovel, at least two fire extinguishers and possibly tire chains. Some conditions and situations require you to drive with your headlights on while driving in rain and it's a good idea wherever you are. Motorhomes, campervans and mobile homes have important windage, so take extra care in exposed or windy places and when necessary.
There are some very important tips before going to start the huge vehicle.
-Disconnect and put away electrical cable, sewer hosepipe, and water hose.
-Check TV antenna to insure it is in the proper direction.
-Check to insure that items inside compartments are secure and the compartments are properly secured/locked.
-Connect brakes and signal lights.
-is the door step pull backed?
-is the outside door locked from the inside?
-Are the rear-view mirrors and driver? Seat adjusted properly?
-Some other general things to keep in mind are don't use mobile while driving, give enough concentration on your driving, keep speed which is under your control.
For so long, Safety or secure driving debate have centered on protection while driving that Americans have mostly forgotten so, to take the proper safety actions before motor home starting.
Some certain points keep of in your mind when drive to Motorhome:-
1.Your cell phone is switch off.
2.Be sure to engine warning lights.
3.Best position the seat and head fetters.
4.Set your mirrors. Motorhomes and travel trailer for especially important.
5.Safely to all loose objects in your Motorhomes.
6.Concentrates to your drive without any unusual thought.
7.Comfortable driving distances in a day are around 300kms.
8.If you feel you are getting tired pull over and take a rest or find a rest area and stay the