I also posted a similar question on the poll in Towing & Toys but this thread is probably better here...
For those of us blessed to live in the Snowbelt and who also don't have a garage or one big enough to park our rigs indoors, what do you do during the snowy months? I have winterized the H20 system w/ a bunch of cheapo vodka, van was washed/waxed not too long ago. Anything else I should do?
(I think I may have figured out my leaking PH issue - think it was a PH window that wasn't fully zipped close and the angle my van was parked, water came in thru the open window I think and hope!!)
But getting back to the point of this post, do you just leave 'em parked out in the snow all winter long? As much as I'd like to say it will get regular attention this winter it's not going to happen esp w/ the arrival of our little girl anytime now and given how much they like to salt the living daylights on the roads here in UT. I still will try to get the van out once every week or two even if it is for 50 miles or so just enough to keep batteries topped off and all seals etc... lubed up.
Has anyone used/tried one of the carport/canopy type of shelters to cover their SMB's? Does it hold up to wind/snow OK? Just looking for a solution for this winter that doesn't cost an arm and a leg as construction on a garage will happen next summer (was supposed to happen this past summer but I bought the SMB instead, wifey was super cool!!) and want to protect my investment.
Any tips or suggestions are appreciated!