Do You Have Some Tips On Storing An RV In Arizona For The Summer?
by Barb Johnson
We plan on leaving our 5th wheel in Arizona for six monthis this summer. I have seen the hints and tips for storage in Florida, however I believe weather conditions are quite different here in Arizona.
The difference between the Arizona and Florida summer weather is that Florida is prone to high heat accompanied by high humidly and frequent showers. Arizona on the other hand is known for "Dry Heat" with temperatures that can exceed 110 degrees for several days in a row. This high dry heat can wreak havoc on such things as the RV Tires, slide-out seals and any rubber items that are constantly exposed to the heat and Ultra Violet Rays associated with the Arizona Summers.
So the only thing I would put a greater emphasis on for Arizona Summer RV storage is that if it is going to be stored outside is that you definitely use an RV Cover and if needed RV Tire Protectors to prevent fading of the RV exterior and dry rotting of the rubber items.
I hope that this additional information helps.
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