Different maintenance activities have different maintenance intervals. Some components may require yearly maintenance, while others may need to be maintained every time you use them. Creating a maintenance schedule will help keep you on track, so you don’t accidentally forget to maintain a vital component.
There are different intervals for maintaining your RV:
1. Annual RV maintenance and RV repair tasks – these are typically big things such as electrical systems, propane tanks, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, and seals.
2. Quarterly RV maintenance – these are regular upkeep items that keep your RV running smoothly. This includes filter changes, chassis lubrication, and battery checks.
3. Monthly RV maintenance – these tasks include cleaning the AC filter, washing your awning, and running your generator.
4. Weekly RV maintenance – these are regular tasks such as dumping your holding tanks, adding holding tank treatment chemicals, and clearing debris off of the roof.