RV Consignment Sales – Keep Your RV Out of the Hands of ThievesMay 13, 2013 10:37 am
- When you leave your motorhome unattended, make sure the doors and windows secured.
- If you are a trailer owner, utilize a hitch lock to prevent people from hooking up your unit to their vehicle.
- When you leave on excursions without your RV, place your items such as bicycles, barbecue grills, etc. inside the locked unit.
- Utilize wheel clamps to keep your motorhome from moving while you are away.
- Don’t hesitate to notify the authorities if you see something that strikes you as suspicious. Look out for your neighbors.
- Have a security system installed in your RV; preferably one with GPS tracking so you can monitor the location of your coach at all times.
- If you do have a security system in place, prominently display the stickers to discourage thieves.
- If you are storing your rig on a lot, pass by from time to time. It would be embarrassing to tell the police that the last time you knew your unit was there was four months ago.
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Billy Jones / May 19, 2013 at 10:09 am
I check on my RV, which is stored at a lot, every week on my way home from work. It would be really sad to have it stolen or damaged and not even know about it for weeks or months. A little bit of precaution can make a huge difference. Any putting things away and locking everything up while at a campsite must be done. Unfortunately, there are plenty of people who would love my new picnic table set, and would help themselves to it if I left it out.
Joshua Smith / June 15, 2013 at 10:16 am
I remember when I never had to lock anything. Now everything must be locked. I have a neighbor who had his grill stolen while he was fishing. What a sad change in our society.