what to do before putting your moho to bed for winter?

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  1. Philly 123

    Philly 123 Funster

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    Only bought my 1st old lady this year, and will be just leaving her in the car park round the corner ( where I normally park her) for the worst of the winter months, ( could be awhile in Scotland lol ) and wondered what I should do to her to bed her down? is a breathable cover a good thing? She doesn't have any damp issues ( that I am aware of!) obviously I would drain the water tanks etc, but what about batteries? I can start her up a couple of times a week if needed, but just wondered what others do? Any advice is appreciated :)
     
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    There's a similar thread Here, containing most of the advice you need.

    I have some notes on Keeping Batteries Charged here. However, if you can't rely on a solar panel then, as you are keeping the van in a car park you may need to take it for a run every so often.
     
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