Camper, also known as RV (recreational vehicle) or a class B motorhome, is a vehicle that provides both transport and sleeping accommodation. This is also called a motor home because this resembles your home and can be carried wherever you go.The campground has become a part of the culture and so are the RVs.
They usually have a small kitchen with a refrigerator, a two-burner gas hob, and grill, dual-voltage lighting which can work from either a dedicated battery known as a deep-cycle or leisure battery or from AC power, supplied at a campground via a hook-up cable. Advanced models may include a water heater, space heating, air conditioning, a portable toilet, and even an internal shower. Smaller models often carry a portable toilet, and sometimes an external shower.
Maintaining your camper is as important as anything else. The older the camper is, the more will be the repair required. Most common of them are ripped canvas, broken or missing awning, flat tires, leaks, born or dirty cushions, refrigerator or stove does not work, broken latches on doors and cabinets, water pump breaks, broken vent on top of the camper and wheel bearings repacking.
It is not necessary to lent help from a professional. If you have a basic knowledge of your camper, then you can repair it to an extent. Always pack some essential tools such asMulti-Bit Screwdriver, hammer, duct tape, flashlight, pocket knife, tire pressure gauge, pliers, Channellock, vise-grips, small, medium and large adjustable wrenches, socket and ratchet metric and SAE Allen wrenches, wire cutters, a pack of assorted zip ties, level, utility knife, tape measure, Batteries, solar panels, generators, converters, inverters, multimeter, thread seal tape, leather work gloves, a power drill, and fire extinguisher. Next time when you are planning to go campground, never forget to pack your tool kit