Welcome to the forum and to the world of CrossRoads RVng. Driveway camping is a good first, then go somewhere locally if possible...we went 10 miles away, and it was boondocking too. All we have was electricity, and the temps were in the high 20's at night, 40's in the daytime. But, it gave us a chance to see how the fresh water tank worked, the heat, the water heater, how much water we used showering, etc. It all went effortlessly and we were a bit amazed. I mean, you read so many horror stories on here so it is always in the back of your mind. I did find that after parked and leveled that the unit did seem to 'bounce' a bit...so we have learned we either need chocks or stabilizers. Next time out I will try pounding my chocks in more firmly to see if that helps, if not, then perhaps stabilitzers. Time will tell.
Best of luck with your new unit and again welcome to the forum, so much good info here, not to mention so many fine people with tons of experience.
Jim & Linda Tator
2013 Crusier CF34SS GMC 3500 8.1L Dually
154 nights in 2013 - 4,370 miles
178 nights in 2014 - 5,082 miles
365 nights in 2015 - 6,040 miles