Protect your loved ones; Knowing the Most Common Carbon Monoxide Sources In Your RV.

Carbon monoxide poisoning is a real risk for RVers – but do you know why it can be so dangerous?

Carbon monoxide is an odorless and colorless gas that can have serious consequences if you don’t understand its potential risks.

It can be produced by combustion engines and burning fuels like propane and gasoline.

Gas-powered appliances such as stoves and furnaces can produce carbon monoxide as well when burning gasoline or propane..

 Barbecues & outdoor grills can also produce carbon monoxide and if they’re not used correctly, could raise CO levels inside the camper.

 Following the proper safety precautions while using them, you can help protect yourself and your family.

If you have a generator running inside or outside your camper, make sure it’s placed at least 15 feet away

Professionally check gas-powered appliances like stoves, ranges, water heaters and furnaces

Install a functioning digital display carbon monoxide detector on each level of your RV for extra peace of mind.

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