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(573) 365-3500
Contact Us

Accessories You Need for Your New Travel Trailer

If you’ve recently purchased a new travel trailer, you’re likely dying to hit the road in your brand-new rig! However, before you do, we strongly recommend reading through our article below. In it, we list a number of important accessories that are key for both a comfortable and safe trip in your new travel trailer.

Lithium Batteries

The first thing you’ll want to do is switch your model’s standard batteries with a set of lithium ones! Not only are these batteries lighter and longer-lasting, but they’ll require less general maintenance as well.

Sway Bars

Sway bars are a travel trailer necessity, especially if you’re traveling in windy conditions. Without a set of sway bars, your travel trailer could rock from side to side as you drive, risking your safety and the safety of your vehicle. To avoid an accident, install a helpful set of sway bars on your hitch to keep your travel trailer safely in place as you drive.

Emergency Kit

Whether you’re traveling cross country or setting up your trailer for a camping trip in the great outdoors, you always want to make sure you have a fully stocked emergency kit available on your rig. While there are pre-built kits available for purchase, you’re also welcome to build your kit from scratch. Make sure you have a first aid kit, radio, flashlight, and a few tools to help you quickly repair your travel trailer or vehicle if you happen to experience a breakdown.

Having trouble finding the accessories we’ve listed above? No worries! We have an amazing collection of travel trailer parts, products, and accessories here at Unlimited RV, and are happy to order any components that may be missing from our store shelves. If you’re located nearby in Kansas City or Osage Beach, MO, feel free to stop by either of our locations in Independence and Eldon, MO to see what we have in stock.

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