Re: Winterizing Roadtrek RS Adventurous
Just got back from a 12 day outing to the warmer south, which found us in the colder/higher
elevations of eastern KY and VA/WV on our return leg, for some overnighters. Davydd's suggestions
are all we did, opening access doors and panels to the inside air space of the van, for better circulation,
and turned on the HWH to help keep the lines warm, and set the thermostat on the furnace to 45F or so,
just in case the interior temp dropped too low. I would also probably leave the furnace set to a reasonable
above freezing setting while away from the van for any length of time in sub-freezing outside temps.
If the fresh tank is full, and the holding tanks are empty or even slightly winterized/anti-freezed, you should
It's not a sprint(er) (unless you make it one), it's (hopefully) a marathon.
RV - 2018 Navion 24V + 2016 Wrangler JKU