Here at Grumpy's Garages, where the mission statement is "If you bring it in, I can find something wrong", I want to pass along these time tested springtime maintenance tips.......Just because I'm such a nice guy......
#1) Rotate the air in the tires. Can't leave that old nasty winter air in them tires. Take the old air out, and put in fresh air. You will get better fuel mileage, and the rig will ride better. If you don't have a air compressor, then you can buy a can of winter air rejuvenator at you local auto parts store.
#2) Grease those muffler bearings. Nothing more nasty then noisy muffler bearings.
#3) Make sure you check the blinker fluid in your tow vehicle, or in your motorhome. And, PLEASE remember that there are two types of blinker fluid. The gel typed, which is DOT approved for more then 4 signals, and the liquid type, which is not approved for more then 3 blinkers.
#4) Before you take off on a night trip, check the halogen fluid in the headlights. Nothing worst then turning on the old headlights only to find out you are low on halogen fluid, and your lights are dim.
#5) For you 5th wheel owners. Check the air in the intertube of the 5th wheel. Nothing like having a flat fiver hitch.
#6) In your tool kit, make sure that you have at least one sky hook, a pair of metric pliers, left handed cresent wrench, and, most important, a metric pipe wrench.
AND, just because I'm, well, Grumpy, let me pass along these travel tips.
Insured by Smith and Wesson is a valid insurance policy in all states south Kentucky.
A "Bad cop, no doughnut" bumper sticker is P/C for getting stopped here in Illinois.
I'm just trying to be helpful.