Originally Posted by TitanMike
I'd try to get the tires up and out of the "soggy".
Some paver blocks from a big box store would work to keep the tires up and out of the mud. Also useful would be plywood, planks, or anything else similar you might have on hand.
Tires aren't damaged from short term exposure to water and mud but given enough time they will rot.
Moisture and water can be detrimental to your tires. Figure a way to raise the R/V and get the tires out of the "soggy."
And if the entire area under the R/V remains wet/soggy most of the time, expect some undercarriage rust as well.
Storing a R/V where there's proper drainage is always preferred.
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