Three Steps to Leveling Your RV
Get your camper perfectly fitted horizontally and vertically and keep it that way.
Everything feels a bit off when your camper isn’t perfectly level. Doors swing open or closed, liquids lean one way or the other, beds don’t feel comfortable, or you eat at a slightly slanted table, and even walking seems uncertain at times. Fortunately, it’s easy to get your camper level on practically any ground with these three items, which do three necessary tasks to get your vehicle straight and keep it that way.
These have a solid bottom to keep them from sinking into soft ground. Tri-Lynx
If one or two of your wheels are higher than the others, use drive-on levelers to get your camper straight. Drive-on blocks are designed to withstand the weight of an RV and are stackable so you can achieve just the right amount of lift. After you’ve centered your rig vertically and horizontally, use the wheel chocks to keep it from moving.
Always measure the distance from beneath your ride to level ground to ensure proper fit. Dumble
An electronic level that’s specifically designed for use in a camper simultaneously reads both the left-right axis and front-back axis, so you’ll know at a glance whether or not the vehicle is perfectly horizontal. A level that uses different-colored lights to indicate which of the four sides needs additional adjustment makes leveling easy and fast.
At only four inches tall when retracted, these extend to a full 24 inches high when extended. Camco
People walking in, out, and around a camper can cause it to shift back and forth. Wheel chocks prevent that from happening. Get a set of heavy-duty chocks designed for RV use, so once they’re in place you won’t have to think about your rig shifting position until it’s time to move to your next destination.