RV Accessories & Supplies - Vehicle Parts

Vehicle Parts

Like any vehicle, your RV or boat has many moving parts that help keep it running smoothly. Keep your RV or boat operating in top condition with our range of helpful RV parts including Flomaster fuel transfer pumps and Jokon side marker lights.

Not sure which part you need, or just need someone to sort your RV repair for you? We can do that too! Your local RV Super Centre is a one-stop RV service and repair shop – from pre-trip tune-ups, and WOFs/ COFs to repairs, installations, modifications and more.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the most common problems in an RV?

Just like any other vehicle, your motorhome or campervan has both electrical and mechanical systems. It also has a living area that includes plumbing, lighting, etc. That means that some of the common problems in an RV can include:

  • Water leaks and damage
  • Water line and pump issues
  • Electrical issues
  • Rattling

One of the best ways to avoid small problems becoming bigger problems is to keep to a regular servicing and maintenance schedule. Your local RV Super Centre team has the knowledge and experience to find common RV problems and get them sorted quickly.

How do you fix an RV?

Fixing small issues in your RV such as water line blockages or broken fixtures can be easily resolved yourself with a quick online search and a few new parts and accessories. But when the job involves specialist expertise (and it often does!), it’s a good idea to call in the professionals and get it done properly.

The friendly team at your local RV Super Centre know motorhomes inside-out – from sorting strange smells to locating and fixing water damage. With our help, you’ll be back on the road enjoying safe and happy travels again in no time.

How do you fix dampness in an RV?

Although it’s very common, finding a leak or dampness in your RV can be worrying. The first step is always to act quickly – don’t wait and hope it will resolve or put it on the ‘to-do later’ list! Water damage generally only gets worse (which may mean it’s more expensive to fix!).

As soon as you find dampness in your RV, contact your local RV Super Centre and book an appointment for an assessment. We’ll find the source of the leak and talk through options to get it sorted so you can get back on the road in a dry, warm, comfy RV.