RVs these days are built to highly exacting standards from the ground up. But that doesn’t mean there won’t be a little wobble once you hit the road. These sometimes massive rolling houses require a lot of engineering, and they pack a lot of weight onto a frame or chassis. Plus, not all camping spots are as level as you may hope. This means that when you’re camped, simple movement inside the RV can cause them to bounce, shake, and otherwise wiggle around. Likewise, when traveling down the road, this can cause an RV to sway. That extra bounce can make campers nervous, but there are plenty of ways to combat it. Aftermarket and OEM shocks and stabilizers help balance out the load of an RV—from Class A coaches all the way down to pop-up tow behinds—which negates a lot of the wobble that you may experience. These springs and stabilizers also help share the load from the RV’s built-in levelers, which in turn lengthens their life. Shocks and stabilizers come in various forms, from those that are built on directly to the RV, to jack lifts that are easily added and adjusted after the RV is parked and ready for camping.