for the new rv owner
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If you don’t have automatic levelers installed, you will need something to help you keep the unit level when camping. We have tried several different types of leveling blocks. These have stood the test of use. They are a bit like Lego bricks, fitting together to form a stable base. They come ten bricks to a case and we keep two cases on hand. We typically need only one case, but there are those field-style campgrounds that are a challenge for leveling! If you have levelers built-in to your unit, you won't need these.
Hub Cap Remover
When you need to remove a hub cap, this tool is invaluable! We have to remove the hubcaps to check tire pressure, so we use it regularly.
Solid Rubber Wheel Chock
Once you level the RV you need to chock the wheels and this heavy-duty, solid rubber chock does an admirable job of holding the unit in place.