My mother and I are renting an RV for a little under a month and we will be mostly staying at different campgrounds as we are traveling from the Midwest to Colorado to Arizona up the coast to Portland and back over and down to Colorado. We are renting a 25 foot RV
from Cruise America which has no slides, no leveling system, and no jacks.
I've read that for the fridge to work properly the RV needs to be level. Since we are on such a long trip it is important that we can keep items cool in the fridge and freezer!
I imagine that we will encounter a variety of different sites along our trip and often not the best ones as we won't be able to make campground reservations until about a day or two ahead.
Since we are renting it makes no sense for us to buy expensive equipment to level.
I do plan to get a leveler to see how even or uneven the RV is. Any suggestions for that? Where should we keep it in the RV? By the fridge? In the fridge?
If we have an uneven site how do we get the RV level? Since we will be many RV campgrounds just one night we won't want a lot of set up and tear down time. Is there something we can do or get that is cheap and easy?
Any help on this would be appreciated!