Antenna Saver prevents unwanted damage and accidents
Antennas are commonly installed onto RVs to secure a connection for a number of things: navigating systems, televisions and radios. However, it is important to take antennas down when you're ready to put the RV in motion. Not only can leaving it up result in damage to the device, but it can cause an unwanted accident on the road.
Instead of hoping you remember to take it down before traveling, consider purchasing the Antenna Saver. This small orange sign is eye-catching and designed to remind you to put everything away before you get on the move.
"I purchased this as I am absent-minded sometimes," wrote one Camping World customer. "You may ask why do you need this? Well imagine driving off with antenna up and hitting a limb and knocking off your antenna and damaging the roof. I attach this to my Antenna Crank when down and when I crank it up move the sign to my wheel chocks."
The Antenna Saver can be easily attached to a sun visor with the clip included with the product. It can be simply removed when it is done serving its purpose.