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 Maintaining a motorcoach in good condition requires expertise and a touch of regular care. An overhaul for motorcoach repair calls for a systematic check list. It includes inspection of tire pressures or tightening wheel lug nuts. But an entire motorcoach servicing
session controls the vehicle in any road condition.

Here’s what you should be doing in advance before the next trip.

Key thumbs up solutions:

  • Inspection Of Motor Coach’s Roof Seals And Seams

Open seams on the roof edges are a major source of water leakage. Every three months check for the edges and vents. As a precaution check AC and skylight units to prevent the leakage. We offer the compatible sealants to cover up the roofs. We can seal roofs made of materials like rubber, fiberglass, EPDM, metal, TPO or ALFA.

  • Are The Batteries Of The Coach Bus Charged?

Dead batteries can waste time and such motorcoach parts need to be inspected on time. All batteries are not maintenance free and some also have water levels. The vehicle needs to be charged at all times. Have you been driving for three years? The deep cycle battery weakens. After 5 years a start up battery is likely to loosen up.

  • Is The Waste Water System Okay In The Coach?

Are you using grey or black water system? All chemicals need to be aligned with the system in use. As part of maintenance, check for flushing. Failure to do so will result in clogging, vavle seizure and weakened functionalities.

  • Is The Braking System Of The MotorCoach Is In Good Condition?

For your safety and that of others brakes have to be checked much before the trip is planned. Wheel bearings need timely oiling and lubrication. They need to be activated and good to go. Replacements for such motorcoach accessories and parts can be expensive.

  • Slides Out And Seals Require Scrubbing Before Each Trip

Sealing is important and cleans the body of the RV. Slide mechanisms need oiling for smooth operations.

  • Don’t Forget To Change The Coach’s Engine Oil!

A seasonable oil change is required as an motorcoach stands still for long. After 3000-4000 miles, an oil change is a must. Overuse may wear out the engine. It is an expensive part to change. Look for replacing the coolants, air, fuel and hydraulic filters when the oil change is being inspected.

  • Remove Mildew/Mold From The Awning

This exercise will ensure that birds do not form nests on the top! They tend to create a mess and damage the fabric of the awning. This is yet another expense that can be curtailed.

Unexpected or unpleasant surprises puts you off the road. Nations Bus Sales is your reliable service partner to shake hands with. Solutions we provide are handled by experts in business. Ask for motorcoach accessories in case the vehicle requires extra fittings.

PS: Electrical connections need to be in good condition when the vehicle is parked. It is a safe 24-hour solution that keeps the vehicle working. 

Additional Revive Up For Repairs And Servicing

Winters can be harsh on any vehicle due to snowfalls. The biggest problem occurs to the water systems due to freezing. If you have already experienced this problem the following needs to be done to keep the motorcoach in a running conditions:

  1. Check for leaky faucets or burst water lines.
  2. Cracked fittings should be repaired.
  3. Burst from water heaters is a major issue.
  4. Is the water pump broken? It needs a good repairing experts.
  5. Check for holes in rubber vents on the roof for sewer breathers. 

A note of caution: 

Are windows cracked or broken? Motorcoach parts like generators and accessories should be stowed for any emergencies while driving at 65 miles per hour or camping in private parks. Get a portable generator onboard for more power. It is your lifeline and also of the motorcoach you love. 

Does your Motorcoach need any repair or servicing? Just get in touch with us. Nations Bus has been dealing with repairs and servicing for a wide variety of motorcoach buses for decades.

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