If you’re new to RVing, you’re smart to wonder about how to drive and operate your RV properly.
It’s your home away from home, and should be treated as such. And Vogel Talks RVing has you covered with answers, tips, ideas, and more, so you can hit the road with confidence.
From inspecting and maintaining your first RV to knowing what to take with you on trips, having a plan helps everything run more smoothly and ensures you’re informed and in control every step of the way.
Below is a Packing and Shopping Checklist to get you started.
RVs are designed to give you plenty of storage so you can take everything you need with you. This list will help jumpstart your shopping and packing process before your trip.
Tools & Essentials
Insurance documentation and registration
All manuals and guides that came with your RV and tow vehicle/toad
Maps and travel guides
Tool box and tools
Emergency road kit
Extra fuses and light bulbs
Motor oil and other fluids for your engine
First aid supplies
Holding tank supplies (gloves, etc.)
Paper and writing utensils
Extra fresh water for drinking
Dishes that stack and conserve space
Cups and mugs
Cooking and serving utensils
Bottle and can openers
Over-sink cutting boards
Spices and oils
Bedding for multiple beds
Chargers for phones and devices
Clothes and shoes
Shower and bath supplies
Bikes, kayaks, and other toys
Games and DVDs
Books and magazines
Food and dishes
Litter box and litter
Leash and collar
Brush and cleaning supplies
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