Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Your Personal RV Expert for the RV Lifestyle

Have you ever wished you had your own personal RV expert on hand to answer all your questions? Well, now you do! Introducing Hank Dudley! Hank is our service manager and he’s been with RV Country for 10 years!

We’ve had several questions from all of you RV enthusiasts submitted through our social media sites as well as our website, so we thought we would take this great opportunity to sit down with Hank and get some answers. We have chosen to break up the questions into separate articles. By the end of the series, we’re confident that you’re going to know Hank pretty well, and you'll feel comfortable knowing that when you need to bring in your RV for service, it's in the very best of hands. 

 The first questions we’re going to address is: 
What psi should my tires be at?” 

Hank explains that “all trailers should be five pounds under the recommended pressure on the tire. This allows the hot air to expand and not blow out the tire. For coaches - it goes by the size and weight of the coach. Be sure to remember that all RV’s need to be loaded with your belongings for camping BEFORE checking the air pressure in your tires. Also, most new coaches a will come with a tire pressure label inside the coach or trailer.”

If you are still unsure, you can give our service department a call (800-959-6485) and speak to any of our friendly service advisors. They’re always happy to help or you can make an appointment to come on in to RV Country and see us. We always love visiting with friends! Our service department in Fresno is open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and closed Saturday and Sunday.

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