fbpx

For those of us in the RV Transporting business, we often get asked what all we need to have in our “ready kit” as we like to call it. Below is a list of items we always like to keep on hand.

Ready Kit Parts and Accessories

The first thing you’ll need are some basic parts and accessories. These items will come in handy for both routine maintenance and emergency repairs. Some essential parts and accessories every RV transporter should have on hand include:

Tire Pressure Gauge

A digital tire pressure gauge is a must-have for any RV transporter. Checking your tires regularly is important for maintaining optimal fuel efficiency and preventing unplanned breakdowns.

Jumper Cables

Jumper cables are an absolute necessity for any RV transporter. Whether your battery dies from leaving a light on overnight or you need to give another motorist a jump-start, having a set of jumper cables on hand will always come in handy.

First Aid Kit

A well-stocked first aid kit is an important part of any RV transporter’s ready kit. From minor cuts and scrapes to more serious injuries, being prepared with a first aid kit can mean the difference between getting back on the road quickly or spending hours (or even days) waiting for medical help.

Fire extinguisher

A fire extinguisher is another essential item for any RV transporter. While fires are relatively rare, they can happen, and being prepared with a fire extinguisher can help prevent significant damage to your rig.

Flashlight

A flashlight is always a good idea, not just for camping but also for power outages or other emergencies. Having a flashlight on hand can help you stay safe and avoid accidents when visibility is low.

Toolkit

Every RV transporter should have a basic toolkit containing common tools like a screwdriver, pliers, adjustable wrench, and hammer. Having these tools on hand will allow you to perform routine maintenance as well as make emergency repairs when necessary.

Emergency roadside flares or reflective triangles

These can help alert other motorists to your presence if you are stranded on the side of the road.

As an RV transporter, it’s important to be prepared for anything with a well-stocked ready kit. This kit should include essential parts and accessories for both routine maintenance and emergency repairs as well as basic sanitation supplies for boondocking trips where hookups are not available.

By keeping these items on hand, you’ll be prepared for anything the open road throws your way! Ready to start your career in rv transport? Get in touch with Horizon Transport today!

What you should know before you begin your hauling career...

5 tips are on the way to your inbox!