I live just south of Monroe, NC and this is my first winter with my 2011 V-Lite. I did not want to take any chances so I winterized my trailer. I drained all of the tanks on my last camping trip. Then I purchased a small kit from the dealer for winterizing your trailer. I then used my air compressor to blow out the water lines after opening up all of the faucets in the trailer. I remove the drain plug from the water heater and let all of the water drain from it. I then poured antifreeze down each of the sinks and the commode to make sure that there was antifreeze in each of the holding tanks. My trailers under belly is also enclosed and there is a heater installed by the factory. I keep it on during the real cold nights. I also keep the electric fireplace on low heat during cold spells. I have removed the lcd tv's just to be sure that nothing happens to them. I am not suggesting that everyone has to do this but I don't want any surprises when I decide to start camping again next year. I believe that it is better to be safe that sorry.
Freddie & Linda
2015 Forest River Sierra 330RLS
2003 Dodge Ram 2500 4X4 Cummins Diesel
Days camped for 2016 - 46
Days Planned for 2017 - 118