• No products in the cart.

Tips for Hooking up your RV

Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links, meaning, if you click through and make a purchase we may earn a commission. This is at no additional cost to you. View our full-disclosure here.

This is sponsored by Progressive. We’re excited to share some RVing tips over on their Life Lane’s Blog and hope you’ll check it out!

First time hooking up your RV?

Let me guess… you’re about to embark on the first adventure in your new rig, and your feelings of excitement are through the roof. Though in the back of your mind you can feel just a little bit of anxiety and nerves, mainly because you’ve never pulled into a campground with your RV, not to mention hooked it up to everything.

Above is exactly how I felt before our first trip, I knew everything would work out but at the same time, I had no idea what I was doing.

We know the first trip can be nerve-racking so we put together some tips for hooking up your RV to electric, water, sewer, and cable. You can find the full post over on Progressive’s Life Lane’s Blog. Click here or the image below to check it out!

Planning a trip in your new rig? Enjoy a smoother experience with these tips for hooking up your RV for the first time.


  • One idea you might help your followers who are travel trailer owners with is how to store their weight distribution hitch on the trailer tongue using HITCHPORT Storage Mounts. This arrangement frees up valuable compartment storage space and keeps the equipment at a convenient height for quick and easy hitching. Secure it with a deadbolt or python cable lock. See DEMO

    May 6, 2018

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

You don't have permission to register