Posted by Tom Westley on
When it comes to the weight of your RV, you’ll want to travel light. People often forget that an RV is still a vehicle, and like any load on wheels, it needs to be well balanced to move safely on roads and highways. It’s important from both a comfort and a safety standpoint to know how to load and pack your motorhome. Lopsided coaches don't hold up well on slippery roads, sharp turns, or in construction zones. Poorly packed rigs also make it difficult to find things and will have less space to store important items. Anything you put in an RV adds weight and cuts into your fuel budget. You can’t take everything with you, but in this post we hope to explain what you can — and the best way to ride safely with it.