Regardless of how long you're planning to stay out on the road, there are some tools that just can't be left behind. You've packed your clothes, food items, toiletries, and electronics... now add these to your list.
Basic Tool Kit
This, above all other items on the list, is essential to have. They're sold at most home improvement stores, department stores, and online retailers. You're looking for a set of tools in a plastic box that includes such basics as a hammer, pliers, screwdriver, tape measure, box cutter, scissors, and other such tools. They're perfect for the limited space of an RV and keep all of these necessary items in one convenient and compact location. They're also cheap, so that's a big plus.
Duct Tape and WD-40
There are so many applications for these items that you'll never regret having them on board with you. So many jobs can be accomplished just by pulling out these two tools. Need to patch a leak in a pinch? Duct tape. Squeaky door? WD-40.
You never know when you'll need a reliable light source when you're out traveling. Use it if the power goes out or if you need to find your way around the RV park later at night. Also great for checking out dark spaces, like storage areas in your RV or underneath the rig.
Tire Pressure Gauge
Taking care of your RV's tires is essential, and part of this care means ensuring that they're properly inflated. While there are plenty of cheap or free to use inflators at many gas stations, having a tire pressure gauge means that you'll know when your tires need to be topped off and when to stop inflating them.
Visit Richardson's RV Centers
There are plenty of other great accessories you can take with you on the road, so don't hesitate to stow something if you can think of a good use for it. If you're looking for RV accessories to outfit your rig, stop by Richardson's RV Centers and shop our parts and accessories store today!