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How To Prepare A Class C Motorhome For Winter Camping In Canada [VIDEO]

Camping in cold temperatures can be tough on you and your rig. If you’re not a snowbird who heads South for the winter, chances are you winterize your RV to prevent damage caused by freezing temperatures. Brent Truitt made a short video on how he prepared his Forest River Sunseeker motorhome for camping during a Canadian winter – sometimes in weather as cold as -30 °F!



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It sure looks like he’s going to stay nice and toasty with the heater and sleeping bags. Usually condensation is a problem in the wintertime, but with the furnace and space heater drying out the indoor air, he might need to add a little humidity to stay comfortable.

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