Winterising Your Motorhome Vers 2 Dec 2017

A simple checklist to follow when laying your motorhome up for the winter

  1. Jim
    The best thing you can do with your motorhome through the winter is to use it. However, if you do lay up your motorhome, using this simple checklist will ensure the cold weather does not damage your pride and joy. As soon as the temperature drops below zero then the potential for costly damage is there. If you don't take precautions then you risk broken pipe joints, split pipes, snapped taps and cracked water heaters, all of which are costly to repair.
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  1. Elaine Deehan
    Elaine Deehan
    Version: Vers 2 Dec 2017
    Very helpful for a newbie
  2. Miss Daisy
    Miss Daisy
    Version: 2014-10-24
    Thank you for this. I will be printing this off and using it for definite
  3. Peatmoor
    Version: 2014-10-24
    Thanks Jim, I have printed it. I suggest that you could have added: When draining your water/ drainage pipes, firstly , ensure that the vehicle is level, then when the water stops running, tilt the vehicle in all directions on uneven ground to remove the water residue. I also would suggest; ensure that the windscreen washer tank has sufficient antifreeze/ washer fluid to prevent freezing, and ensure that it is pumped through to the washer jets ! If possible, remove all soft furnishings except curtains.
  4. Abacist
    Version: 2014-10-24
    Excellent checklist!
  5. FreddyBB
    Version: 2014-10-24
    Thanks as always Jim, all good common sense stuff but it's always useful to have a good check list.
  6. jenter4546
    Version: 2014-10-24
    Thanks Jim we are sorning our van for a few months. This will come in handy.
  7. retiringjoyce
    Version: 2014-10-24
    Thank you, love the choccy biscuit tip, we will go through this after christmas when we stop travelling for a while.
  8. The Dudess
    The Dudess
    Version: 2014-10-24
    Thanks Jim. We're leaving ours for a few months so this advice is invaluable.
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