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If you’re traveling by car, ensure your vehicle is in good running order for the trip by checking belts, hoses, air pressure, fluid levels and windshield wipers. Contact the state police agency or highway patrol regarding road closings or conditions.
When RVing over the holidays you will also have issues with limited storage for decorations. If you celebrate Christmas, you won’t have room for a full sized tree. You may find that some of the traditions you celebrate in your home may not be possible in your RV. However, there are many options for modifying your holiday traditions to make it as much fun as you normally have at home.
To make your RV feel more like the holidays, you can do exterior and interior of your RV. Lights are a great option, they are fairly simple to store and find wherever you might be. Lights are also a great way to make your RV feel like the holidays. You can also find garlands and other items to spruce up your RV for the holidays. If you really enjoy having a decorated tree you can find a small tree to place on your table top. You can find a small live tree, which you could find a place to plant after the holidays are over. You could also find a small shrub like plant that you have room for in your RV throughout the year that you can decorate for the holidays as a replacement for the full-sized tree.
Another aspect to consider when RVing for the holidays is the purchasing of gifts for other RVers. If you are purchasing for a fellow RVer you may already know what types of items might be most useful, which can make great gifts. If you are not an RVer, but are purchasing for an RVer you may want to remember when purchasing a gift that RVs have limited space. Gifts should be small, or have a space saving purpose, or be an type of RV gear. If you want to give a type of RV gear to an experienced RVer you will probably want to be sure that you have the correct type of item. Gift cards are also excellent options to give to RVers since they leave many options open for satisfying all types of needs.
The holidays always present some special challenges, especially for those that spend the holidays in an RV, but the rewards are great and many. Make the most of your holiday by celebrating with family and friends – new and old. And always remember how blessed you are to be able to live (even if for just a few weeks) the RV lifestyle.