An RV inspection is an objective evaluation of an RV’s condition and components by a qualified third party. Similar to a home inspection when buying a house, an RV inspection looks over all the structural and mechanical systems of an RV. In some ways, an RV is even more complicated than a home as it is basically a home on wheels.
With an inspection, you’ll get a detailed report along with several photos that document anything found during the process.
The inspector will look at the wheel assemblies, frame, axles, leaf springs, ball joints, steering components and hangers on the underside. They’ll test the leveling and stabilizing systems to make sure they’re working correctly.
For the RV systems, they’ll inspect the electrical, freshwater and waste, heating and cooling, and propane systems. And, they’ll review the safety devices, RV batteries, and any inverters on board. If there’s a generator, they’ll inspect it and analyze its oil, coolant, and fuel.
The inspector will ensure all appliances and entertainment electronics are in working order. And they’ll inspect the interior, furniture, and any electronics that come with the RV.
Please call RV Mobile Tech today for information regarding mobile RV repair and inspection services we offer.
Click the link for more info on the National RV Inspection Association nrvia.org