May 30, 2008

Protecting Your RV From Carbon Monoxide Gas

WTHR News in Indianapolis reports on the dangers of carbon monoxide gas to RV travelers, which kills 500 RVers every year.

According to the story, carbon monoxide is known as the silent killer due to its colorless and odorless nature.

Carbon monoxide can get into your RV through vents and air conditioners. If RVs park too close together, the carbon monoxide emissions from generators or appliances that run on propane can get inside. Even the most weather-proof and comfortable RV can be threatened by CO gas.

The best defense is a CO gas detector and to check it is in proper working order before each trip.

Source: WTHR News
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