I'M THINKING ABOUT LEAVING MY RV IN SO. CAL. THIS SUMMER TEMPS AROUND 100 OR MORE. WE OUR SNOWBIRDS AND IT WOULD BE CHEAPER FOR US TOPAY ANUALLY, PLUS THE RISING PRICE OF FUEL. HAS ANYONE EVER STORE A RV IN THIS TYPE OF TEMP? I HAVE COVERS ON MY VENTS BUT LEAVING THEM OPEN WOULD NOT BE A GOOD IDEAL WITH THE SAND AND DUST STORMS THEY HAVE. I DON'T WANT TO LEAVE THE A.C ON.GOT ANY IDEALS THANKS JAXHOG
JAXHOG IDAHO LEGION RIDER
POW/MIA YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN
I don't think you would have any problems with the temps, as Hunter11 said we have 100+ for weeks here in Texas. I would recommend you drain the water heater,fresh water tank and lines, close all the blinds/shades, cover the tires, leave the refrigerator doors open, shut off the propaneand remove the battery.
I store mine outside in San Diego but with the temps you are talking about maybe you are thinking in the desert or inland empire. I would drain all the fluids and like other said open the frig and disconnect the battery. Might want to put a good coat of wax on it so the gel coat still looks good.
George and Debi
2006 F250 PSD, 2005 PF30CK
I would try to find indoor storage to protect against hail and sun damage. You would be able to leave vents & widows cracked to get some air in. Drain all water as others have said. My storage is only $100 month.