I would recommend a roof inspection several times a year. Check very closely every seam on the roof for cracked caulk joints. Touch up as needed. Verify there are no tears on the roof fabric. Clean the roof per manufacturer instruction. You will be much more likely to head off a problem and save your self a couple hundred dollars.
If you use your rig heavily, I would pack or have the wheel bearings packed annually. Many people go 2 or even more years.
Inspect tires regularly for cracks or damage. Adjust air pressure before every trip and more often if you have concerns. Look the tires over every time you stop at a rest area for bulges and separation. Some even use a laser temperature gauge to monitor temperatures and others like me use a TPMS to monitor the temp and pressure real time.
Check out all systems on the camper at the beginning of the season and keep things clean.
Your camper will provide you many years of enjoyment.
Maybe others will give you some more helpful tips.
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