Into every camper’s life, a rain, or in this case–flat tires, must fall. But that shouldn’t cause you too much concern. Flat tires are not that difficult to change if you have prepared for them. With a little time and work, you will get back on the road and enjoy your RV or boondocking adventure.
Even if you have roadside assistance, you might not have cell service, so prepare before you leave home and know that you can change your own RV tire.
Luckily, with a little planning and some simple and natural solutions, you can keep the bugs at bay. If you’re looking for a natural way to prevent ants, chiggers, fleas, flies, mosquitos, and ticks, here are our favorite solutions.
Blowing a tire on your travel trailer can be frightening and dangerous. Not only do you have a lot of weight to contend with, but most tire blowouts also occur far from your home (and sometimes in desolate areas). Additionally, high rates of speed on the interstate or highways can quickly end your vacation and even result in a trip to the hospital.