It’s no secret that Indiana weather can be unpredictable and sometimes harsh, especially in the wintertime. Temperatures can go up and down twenty degrees in one week, and ice and snow are common companions through the winter months. All of this unpredictable weather leads to unpredictable and often poor road conditions. If you are taking an RV road trip in a rented RV, you may not be comfortable driving such a large vehicle in less than ideal conditions. At Indiana RV Rental and Sales, safety is our number one priority, so we recommend taking the following precautions if you find yourself driving through bad weather this winter.
RVing in the wintertime isn’t for everyone. In fact, many RVers consider it to be a seasonal activity and choose to store their RVs through the cold months. However, if you’re someone who enjoys sparkling snow, peaceful woods, and quiet campgrounds, winter RVing might be for you. Don’t let cold weather scare you away from making more camping memories this winter! Instead, prepare yourself with this cold weather guide from your friends at Indiana RV Rental and Sales.
If you’re a seasoned RV camper, you already know exactly what to pack to make sure that all of your travel needs are met. You are a pro at packing light, while still making sure you have all the comforts of home while on the road. However, our team at Indiana RV wants you to remember that camping isn’t just about survival, it’s about fun! We’ve put together a short list of things you need to add to your packing list this fall to make your family camping trip extra fun.