One thing every RV owner has to worry about? Pests.
Rodents and bugs love to cozy up in any human shelter they can find, especially if it’s unoccupied for a long period of time or happens to be the only source of shelter out in the wilderness. Since trailers and motorhomes are often left unoccupied for months at a time and they have the ability to then be taken out into the middle of nowhere, they are particularly susceptible to this problem.
Having rodents or bugs in your RV is a serious problem. They can bring diseases with them, something nobody wants to deal with. Many rodents also like to chew on wires and can cause expensive damage to your RV’s electrical system. And of course, nobody likes having all of the groceries in their pantry ruined either.
Fortunately, there are ways to ensure your rig doesn’t become overrun by pests, even while it’s in storage. Here are our top tips for keeping pests out of your RV.