Cold weather and beautiful snowy sights are finally here. RVing with a stunning snow-blanketed view can bring you peace and serenity like no other. Traveling with the cold calls for careful planning to keep you warm during your overnight stays. Any one problem can cause your beautiful trip to turn to a frosty disaster! Although it may be tricky to have both you and yourRV stay warm, we’ve come up with some of the best tips to stay toasty in a freezing setting.

Keep the Heat In

Many RV’s are sold with promises to keep it warm thanks to the thermal packages.Unfortunately, that extra insulation isn’t enough for the cold temperatures. If you are planning on camping in the extreme cold, it’s important to consider a skirt for your RV. This skirt will reduce interior heat loss and will help stabilize your RV. Keeping the battery bays, and other water running functions, such as plumbing, warm will reduce problems on your trip.

While they claim to cold temperature proof, your windows can be big culprits of drafts. There are numerous ways to beat the cold with added insulation including: insulation boards, solar blankets, or thermal curtains. These are all great items to have on board with you while RVing in the snowy weather.

If your RV is equipped with SmartPlug, you can run an electric heater to stay warm. SmartPlug eliminates overheating so you can have peace of mind that your family is safe while staying warm during your winter adventure.


Author's Bio: 

Smart Plug Systems is a privately held manufacturing firm specializing in power delivery systems. It was founded in 2007 and is located in Seattle, WA. Its flagship product, the SmartPlug, is a patented device positioned to replace the current power delivery system for RV’s, Boats, and a variety of specialty vehicles and miscellaneous industrial applications.