Be Prepared with Camping World Jacks, Leveling and Chocks
Once a rig is safely in a parking spot and ready to set up, there are still a couple of key things to do to make sure the camp is as safe as possible going forward: leveling and chocking the tires. Depending on the rig and your choice as the camper, there are plenty of options for how to do both. In addition to a rig’s included levelers, scissor jacks, slideout supports, and a variety of stabilizers help distribute the weight and provide even better stability. In areas that are particularly unlevel like nontraditional campsites or boondocking locations, leveling blocks make it easier to get nice and stable. In similar situations, jack pads help extend the surface area of a leveling jack and make it less likely that it will sink. Beyond that, chocking tires is an absolute necessity to make a campsite safe. There are a wide number of different types of chocks available, ranging from tire locking chocks that fit in between rear tires and tighten against them to more traditional non-skid chocks which fit against the curve of a tire on the ground. Between jacks, leveling accessories, and chocks, there are hundreds of ways to make sure that once your rig is parked, it’s not going anywhere.