Read every bit of advise, you will begin to differentiate between the good and bad.
Read ALL of the information in ALL of the Owner's Manuals in the pouch that comes with the RV.
Watch a lot of YouTube videos.
If a concern is serious and really on your mind about something, ask several different people asap.
Go to a big parking lot and practice backing up, turning, and stopping quickly.
ALWAYS chock the tires before unhitching no matter how level the surface is, nothing more helpless than seeing a 7,000+ pound RV creeping away from you!
Buy extra deodorant tablets/granuals/liquid for the toilet, black tank (do NOT run out).
Make sure you have a Lug Wrench for the RV Tires, do not assume that the one for the Tow vehicle will fit.
Designate the window that is best for the pups to stare out of thereby saving the shades on the others.
But extra flashlights (batteries as well), cordage/rope, tie-down straps, duct tape, etc.
Meet all of your closest neighbors. You can tell the good (99%) from the bad (.5%) from the grumpy (.5%) ones AND they will figure out if someone doesn't belong around your RV while your gone & you can do the same for them (our own neighborhood watch).
>>> Most important<<< If it is very hot out, make sure all shifts in the RV office know to call you immediately if there is a power outage. Our greatest fear is that our 3 dogs will cook to death in such an event. We now have the JayCommand system where we can monitor the indoor temp and such from the Wife's Cellphone.
2020 Eagle 336FBOK Rear Living
Previously a Jay Flight 27RLS
2013 Ram 2500 w/ a modified Cummins
Happy Wife & 3 Spoiled Pups seeing God's America