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Old 01-18-2014, 03:07 PM   #1
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We just purchased a 2014 Via 25P and would like to purchase a cover for it. Any suggestions? Also, any comments on the VIA would be appreciated. We traded in our beloved '09 ERA and are hoping we love this one as much - very reluctant to give up the Class B and go larger, but since we will be traveling much more, we thought we would appreciate the little extra space.
Also looking for front/cab floor mats..Any ideas on good brand to try?

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Old 01-18-2014, 03:56 PM   #2
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No vinyl/cloth covers for my RV except for the tires. Scratches the finish, restricts ventilation, can cause mold and mildew inside and out, provides a shelter for rodents (big and small), and expensive to replace when sun and wind takes its' toll. RV/carport or garage is best long term option.

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Old 01-18-2014, 06:14 PM   #3
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Barring the ability or space to put your rv in a garage or under a carport, a cover will be much better to winter your rv under, than being out in the open. I would recommend an ADCO cover. The delux series is made for snow and is water resistant. It also allows air to flow through without letting dust or dirt through. If you put damp rid containers all over in your rv, having a cover over it will not cause mildew or attract rodents. My cover cost approximately $350 and should get at least 3 to 5 winters out of it. For me, $70 a year is worth avoiding the potential of freeze and thaw issues that create leaks from the roof...
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