Contributed by: RVED101 Saturday, April 13 2019 @ 12:52 pm UTC
It doesn't matter if you are purchasing a used RV or if you already own an RV, it's a good idea to periodically inspect the RV for any indications of water damage. If you catch a water leak early[*1] it is easier and less expensive to repair, as opposed to a water leak that had time to spread and do more damage. In this RV video, watch as Mark Polk with RV Education 101 demonstrates how he inspects an RV for water damage.
RV Education 101 [*2]