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Me and my wife are new to Living in an RV full time. What are somethings you wish you had known before it happened and what are some tips and tricks you learned while being in an RV

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Most RV are for occasional use only. If yours is rated for full time you should be go to go, if not, I wouldn't tell service people who do warranty work on it. I have heard, maybe on this forum, that you can void the warranty if full timing.

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Relax and slow down, you're in no hurry.

Have tools and be handy, things will break.

Don't forget to lookup, things jump out and try to hit the roof all the time.

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