Safety Tips

Safety Tips

The following is provided to ensure you are aware of the basic requirements for the sage operation of all RV's. Each of the following points will be addressed by our staff to verify that you understand the information and operation.
- ALWAYS utilize the factory installed seat belt restraints while the vehicle is in motion. 
NEVER occupy beds, overhead bunks, sofas, dinette or chairs that are NOT equipped with seat belts or factory restraint systems while the vehicle is in motion.
SHUT OFF furnace, water heater, refrigerator, stove, and generator as well as any other object that omits flames while refueling.
- SECURE any loose objects prior to movement of the vehicle.
ALWAYS use a lookout when backing up the vehicle even when equipped with a back-up monitor.
BE AWARE of the total height of the RV. This includes roof mounted accessories. Also, verify clearance of any low object before attempting to pass beneath.
- LOCK ALL door locks when vehicle is in motion.
EXHUST ports for the furnace and water heaters are extremely hot when in use. Contact with these ports will cause burn injury.
EMERGENCY window exits are not to be opened except for an emergency. Danger of falling from the vehicle exists with emergency exit openings. Observe and warn all children of this danger.
10 SHOWERS  and tubs are slippery when wet. They are not to be utilized when the RV is in motion.
11 ROOFTOPS are dangerous at all times and should not be access for any reason.
12 NEVER attempt to change vehicle tires! ALWAYS contact a professional tire facility qualified for this operation.
13 OPEN stairwells and other objects are potential hazards during darkness. Be aware of their location and use minimal lighting if available.
14 AWNING use is prohibited when vehicle is in motion.
15 - DISCONTINUE  travel during high wind conditions.
16 - IF YOU SMELL GAS: 
      A: Extinguish any open flames, pilot lights, and all smoking materials.
      B: Do not touch electrical switches.
      C: Shut off the gas supply at the tank valve or gas supply connection.
      D: Open doors and other non-powered ventilation openings.
      E. Leave the area until the odor clears.
Failure to follow the above safety information may result in injury or death. Read all manufacturer information and safety tips. Follow all local, state, and national speed laws. Plan your route and know your vehicle limitations.
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