I am still looking for a answer for using covers in the winter for a travel trailer is it a good thing or a bad thing, does the wind whip off the finish or do they blow off easy, I am completly new at this as we used to have a motor home and did not cover it.
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Tiltawhirl, when it gets right down to it, a small portion of the RVers use a cover on their RVs. They are a pain to get on and off and then you have to store them as well. To get answers in one place, I will close this thread and the original thread is HERE.
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