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As camping season comes to an end, it’s important to make sure that you’ve properly cared for and stored your rig so it will be ready to go next spring. There are plenty of reasons why you should cover your RV, but it all comes down to protecting your investment from the harsh elements.

Finding an RV cover that is the right size for your rig is easy. Simply measure your RV from end to end at the longest point, including the spare tire, bumpers and ladder. When measuring your RV, do not include propane tanks, hitches, or rooftop accessories like air conditioners or satellite antennas.

The size of your RV is not the correct size of the cover that you will need, since it does not include the spare tire, bumpers or ladder and the actual length may vary. These items increase the length of your RV, which means you will actually need a larger cover. If your RV is in between available sizes, always purchase the larger size to ensure that your entire RV will be protected and to prevent binding or stretching the cover.

Elements RV covers come in almost every size you could need for RV, from truck campers to class A motorhomes and everything in between, with two different fabric options – Elements All Climate and Elements Premium All Climate.

Protect your RV from the elements and shop all Elements RV covers.

Element Covers


Posted: September 30, 2016

Tags: RV Products   Tips & Tricks  

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