Originally Posted by TWP723
I've heard some say cover...some say not to due to mold & mildew. I guess it's preference.
If the cover allows air circulation under the trailer and the cover is intact (no significant water intrusion) where is that water that will allow the mold to flourish?
The RV should be rain-tight before covering so there is no 'loose' water aboard when the cover is put on.
The only valid reason for not putting a cover on an intact RV is the chafing that can occur when the wind moves the cover repeatedly over the same place...
That is overcome by securing the cover. Not just draping it. Then inspecting the cover tie-downs every month or so while the cover is on.
Since my RV is parked next to my barn/shop inspections are even more frequent. And flapping noises of loose fabric are investigated immediately.
I understand those that have to park their RV's away from home may choose to not deal with such a regimen.