Howdy, fellow RVers!

So you just drove off the lot with a brand new RV, and the last thing you want is for it to get dirty or damaged by the elements.  It’s time to look into getting an RV cover.  There are only a few options to choose from, so this is one of the easier decisions you can make when it comes to buying RV parts.  I know, because I’ve been looking for one myself.  Here’s what I’ve found.

Understandably, the first factor to consider is the climate where you will be storing your RV.  If you live in an area with more rain than sun, e.g. the Northwest, you will want to consider buying a SFS AquaShed cover. These covers are recommended if you live in an area where more moister is present and the risk of mold is higher. By providing major breathability, these covers nearly eliminate mold and mildew.  The SFS AquaShed panel on top of the cover causes water to bead on contact, creating a resistance to moisture.  If AquaShed sounds like it would suit your needs, Dyer’s RV carries...

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