Originally Posted by Technorick
Considering the investment I can see why you may ask. A winter grade RV cover for a 30ft motorhome is large and heavy! Hauling it up to the roof to roll it out and drape it is not a small task. Assuming you will be using the rig every four weeks or more often, I think the process would grow old very quickly. Unless you are located in a high intensity sun area like Arizona and don't plan to use it often I would not bother.
If you are in a high sun UV area you might consider a large carport.
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Although I cover mine for the winter, just look around at RV storage sites. You'll see that only a small percentage of rigs are covered. At my storage site, there are probably 6 or 7 other RV's; mine was the only one covered this winter. So it's up to you. Lots of folks here will talk about UV, etc., but it's pretty clear to me that "most" RV owners either don't care or don't believe the expense of a cover is worth it. OR, they're ignorant of the impact of UV on their roofs.
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