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Traveling via RV in the summertime is a great way to explore the outdoors and see the country. Summertime is often a time of vacation for adults and kids alike, so it is an ideal time for RVing.
However, summertime can, of course, also be very hot. You need to take some precautions to stay cool in summer weather while traveling by RV.
The following are six things you can do to keep cool when traveling in an RV in hot weather:
Use fans to avoid stagnant air
Air that's still is going to make you feel hotter than air that's moving. Putting some fans in your RV can go a long way toward keeping those inside cooler. Also, opening up windows if there is a breeze outside is a good way to get air moving inside and keep RV interiors cooler.
Avoid cooking inside your RV when possible
When you're camping, you should always cook out on the grill when that's a possibility. Cooking within your RV will bring temperatures up on RV interiors. In hot weather, it can be difficult to get temperatures back down after cooking inside.
Travel with an outdoor grill or use grills offered at the RV resort you stay at to avoid cooking inside and heating up your interiors.
Put out an awning or have a tarp handy
Awnings are effective for creating a shaded outdoor space that you can relax in when you're stopping at a campsite for a while. If your RV model doesn't include an RV, you can create a makeshift awning with a tarp by stretching it out to the side of your RV and resting underneath it with your traveling companions.
Always park your RV in a shady area
Whenever you're choosing a parking space for your RV, look out for shade. Simply parking in a shady area will make a huge difference when it comes to comfort when you're traveling via RV during periods of hot weather.
Don't use incandescent bulbs in your RV
Incandescent bulbs give off both heat and light. You don't want any devices to be giving off heat within your RV if you're trying to stay cool in hot weather. Use LED bulbs rather than incandescent bulbs to enjoy lighting without the byproduct of excess heat production.
Take cold showers
One of the simplest and most effective ways to cool down without relying on air conditioning is taking a cold shower. You can either take a cold shower within your RV or using the campground's shower facilities to keep yourself feeling comfortable even in hot, humid summer weather.Share