Finding the right size of
RV cover is easy!
Simply measure your RV from end to end at the longest point, including the spare tire, bumpers, and ladder.
- Do not use the RV model number or manufacturer-stated length as actual length may vary
- Do not include propane tanks or hitches
- Do not include rooftop accessories such as air conditioners or satellite antennas
- If RV length falls between cover sizes, choose the larger size for the best fit without binding or stretching that can damage the cover. Front and rear cinches will take in any extra cover material.
RV Cover Guides
Everything you need to know to choose, install, and maintain the right cover to protect your RV.
How to Installan RV Cover
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Keeping YourRV Covered
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Frequently Asked Questions
Have more questions? Check out these common concerns as you shop RV covers.
Yes, most vendors take into account roof accessories when designing the cover.
Covers are water-resistant not waterproof.
Covers are secured using a strap and buckle system (included).
Yes, there are multiple zippered panels for convenient access to doors and cargo areas.
No, covers aren’t designed to be used while the RV is in motion.
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