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5 Easy Motorhome Repair Fixes

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Before you set out on any campervan journey, you are going to want to learn some basic repair scenarios so that you can be prepared for any minor problems that come up on the road. Keep in mind that on a campervan hire australia journey you may find yourself many miles from the nearest town or garage. Knowing how to fix minor issues will save you from becoming stranded on the road, and you can be up and running before you know it. Just knowing these small, easy repairs can make all the difference between your trip going off without a hitch r turning into a disaster. All it takes is some research and a few tools packed in your camper and you can rest easy knowing you can fix any minor issues that come your way on the trip.

 

Minor Body Adjustments

No matter what model you are using for your trip, it goes without saying that your camper’s exterior may experience minor damages. These include loosened partitions or small dents and damage from the road. While these may seem like small issues, they can become much larger ones such as pieces falling off the camper while driving or major structural damage. Fortunately, you can perform minor structural adjustments that will assure the continued proper functioning and safety of your camper. All you need is a small wrench set with just three different wrench sizes. This is compact and can be packed right in your camper on all trips. Remember to check your camper each day, and if you notice any damage on the exterior you can get it back into place from the inside. You can also make adjustments to the exterior to get it back into alignment if needed. This will save you serious trouble later on your trip.

 

Tire Changes

Any traveler should make sure to have at least one spare tire along with them on any journey. Most rentals do come with them, but make sure that you ask when you rent the camper and make sure it is included before you take off. You will also want to have a jack and a spare so that you can change out a tire. This process only takes 20 minutes, which is much better than waiting for hours for roadside assistance. You should also do your research so that you know how to change a tire. This is one of the easiest fixes to pull off. All it takes is three quick steps, jacking the camper, loosening the bolts/removing the tire, and fastening the spare. Before you take off, watch some YouTube videos and other instructional material on changing a tire and do a practice changes yourself. Print out a set of step-by-step directions so you can follow them if you get a punctured tire on the road.

 

Setup Issues

One of the main problems on a campervan hire australia journey is problems with the setup equipment. This one comes down to issues with your specific camper design. Most campers have setup processes where they transfer to camp-ready mode. Once you part at your camping spot, many campers have awnings that come down and permanent breaks that keep them in place, steps that come out, and interior adjustments that transform the vehicle into a comfortable home base for enjoying your stay in a chosen area. Make sure to perform some test setup runs before your trip, and also keep the tools you need to make minor adjustments should they be needed.

 

Engine Troubles

Although engine troubles can be complex, some of them are actually easy to fix. For example, oils changes, break fluid changes, and loose parts can be fixed in just a matter of minutes. What you will want to do is perform research on these three fixes, do some test fixes, and also bring along the right tools so that you can perform them. Knowing how to do these minor engine repairs will save you many hours and hassle on the road.

 

Getting Out Of Mud Or Snow

Even if you’re traveling in a state of the art, four-wheel-drive vehicle, it is entirely possible that you can become bogged down in snow or mud on the road. For this purpose, you will want to be prepared with cardboard, salt, and a small shovel so that you can dig out if needed. Take a look at some tutorials online so that you know how to do it, and then you can rest assured that if you become bogged down on the road you have a good idea how to get yourself out of the jam and continue on with your trip.

 

You will have everything you need to make small fixes on your campervan hire australia journey as long as you bring along the proper tools, read up on quick fix steps, and practice them on your own. This will go a long way toward assuring that your trip is not hampered by technical issues.

 


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