Check and tighten, if needed, the electrical power terminals @ transfer switch, junction boxes at generator output and power cord, main terminals at the distribution box and terminals if you have a hard wired in Surge Guard. I recommend you have some sort of electrical monitoring/measuring device that can check the wiring at pedestals and only allow good properly wired voltage into the coach.
There are many other things to check on like brakes, bearings, belts, hoses, wipers, batteries, step operation, etc. You need to literally put your hands on everything and see if it is operating, looks, feels, smells and sounds like it is operating or functioning properly.
When we were living in our coach and traveling around, I could do some kind of PM every day if I wanted to. Even cleaning and polishing is maintenance and is important. Good luck, stay safe and keep us posted.
Mike, RVIA & RVSA Certified Master RV Technician
Amy, Dr. Assistant - Roxie & Mei Ling, four legs each
2000 Gulf Stream Scenic Cruiser 450 hp & 1330# torque
06 Saturn Vue, 06 Chevy Z71 4x4 & 2014 Corvette Z51 M7