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HOW not to burn to death in your Rv

Unread postby OURv on Sun Dec 04, 2016 8:19 pm

Every your thousands of people die in Rv fires.
See what you can do to ensure the same fate does not befall you & yours.

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Re: HOW not to burn to death in your Rv

Unread postby RVRoofLeaks on Wed Jun 07, 2017 5:42 am

I have watched your video that's really good sharing. Thank you so much.
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Re: HOW not to burn to death in your Rv

Unread postby garyking on Fri Dec 01, 2017 2:53 am

In the recent years, many people have seen such problem of getting a fire in the Sprinter Vans! As per my point of view, the best solution for the fire in the van is to keep the fire extinguishers and checking the smoke alarms. Keeping the smoke alarms in the van will alert you if there is any kind of smoke in the Van or not. And fire extinguishers will help you recover from the fire in the van.
The fire in a Sprinter Van may take place if the Sprinter van is modified more then the capacity. While going on a long trip, we often modify the Sprinter too much with many functionalities. The van does not handle the stress and ends up with the explosion. So, this is the basic things one need to follow and understand.
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