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Old 11-30-2013, 07:15 AM   #1
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Winter Travel

We are leaving NWPA in early January to travel to the Freightliner service center in Gaffney, SC to take advantage of their off season discounts on chassis service.
Our rig is winterized and I plan on taking jugs of water to use until we get to a more temperate climate.
I hope to catch a couple of days of decent weather so the roads are fairly good as I don't know hope good this will be on the snow and ice.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to cold weather RVing ?
I will De-winterize the coach once down south and will have to Winterize again before going back home later in January

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Old 11-30-2013, 07:31 AM   #2
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By the looks of your signature, if the temps are not to bad here in Pa. when you are going to leave, turn your heat on (basement heat? I assume in that model) De winterize and keep her warm(40-45 deg.) and turn up the heat a bit more the day before you are leaving. This way you and yours will have all the comforts of home as soon as you pull out of your driveway...... Just a idea.......
I never winterize mine, sits in a climate controlled garage, so this would be no different if I was to pull it out to go somewhere in the winter........My heat on and roll.....
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