Prepare for fire safety, and you’ll be safe on the road.
It’s never fun to think about a fire happening while you’re on vacation. But it’s important to know that fire can happen almost anywhere, including in your RV. The best way to keep yourself and your family safe is to plan for the best but be prepared for the worst.
Most RV fires are preventable, which means that a little preparation goes a long way. There are a few essential steps to take before and during your trip to minimize the risk. Here is our complete guide to fire safety in your RV.
The National Park Service estimates that some 20,000 RV fires occur each year. This makes fire one of the leading causes of RV loss and damage. It’s very important to have a plan in place for fire safety. Taking a few precautionary measures can help you stay safe on the road.