Whether your RV is a pop-up camper, a slide-in truck camper or a Class A motor-coach, your investment in a battery, or batteries, is sizable. When it is time to put the camper in storage for winter, keeping the battery in good condition for spring will make your first trip easier, and cheaper when you don't need to spend money for a new one.
Article Written By Andy McVeigh
Andy McVeigh lives in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is an avid outdoors enthusiast who enjoys paddling, biking, hiking, backpacking, camping, scuba diving and photography. McVeigh is a graduate of Northern Arizona University and is currently working on his MBA.