CONGRATS!! Break in the piggy bank and get a progress industries full feature 30 amp protector, has saved me twice in two years.... and never accept 30 amp access from anyone who does not have a RV.
Our golden rule "if it does not have a permanent home in the coach it stays home".
Keep a label maker in the coach..... Consider marking off the distance on the rear view camera so you will now exactly where the coach bumper is (one twenty label apps I can think of).
Get a couple of good gauges one for 0-100, one for 0-160 (gauges are most accurate closer to the middle of the range, hence 60 and 80 psi)... The H series accugage from mhmieser would suffice, you can buy much more expensive but this isnt rocket science. These are at least rated (low end of the scale). I like the flex hose with a straight fitting.
As an old scooter rider I will tell tell ya track down some S-100 from a Harley dealer. Mist the front end of the coach with water, use a spray bottle of S-100 to presoak for bugs (it dont take much) before the wash. If anyone know any better stuff please chime in.
And lastly find for a blender.
L'IL Foot" 2014 Sunseeker 2300
"Harry" the JK toad in the mirror