I live in the area that's about to get schwacked with up to 2 feet of snow this weekend. My '97 American Cruiser is parked on my curb/street (passenger side wheels are on the curb/lawn, driver wheels are on leveling blocks---this was my solution to be able to get work done under the rig without a proper jack setup
I was planning on taping some scrap cardboard on the street side as a sort of makeshift skirt to keep some of the nastier snow from getting piled up under/on that side...is there anything else I should set up for? It's already winterized with antifreeze. I've got a big tarp I could probably throw over the whole thing. Should I be concerned about the roof's structural integrity under heavy snow? Should I head out there every couple of hours to brush it off?