RV Accessories & Supplies - Vehicle Covers
Protect your RV from the elements with a high-quality, durable motorhome or caravan cover. Our range of RV covers have been designed and manufactured to protect your RV from being exposed to New Zealand’s harsh climatic conditions – extreme heat and UV rays in summer, and rain, snow, and hail in winter. Covers are also a great idea if you’re taking your RV off the road for a lengthy period of time (or winterising your campervan) to provide protection against debris from trees, bird droppings, pollen, and dust.
We have a wide range of quality Camec and ADCO covers for your caravan, motorhome, trailer, and pop top. We also have ADCO tyre covers, Coast RV stone shields, Tow Pro protectors, and Milenco mirror protectors.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the most durable RV cover?
When you’re looking for good quality, durable motorhome or caravan covers, choose one that offers UV protection, is tear-resistant, waterproof, and can withstand harsh climate extremes such as snow, hail, and freezing or very high temperatures.
Should I cover my motorhome in winter?
If your motorhome is going to be parked up unused for a decent length of time over winter, then it’s a good idea to consider covering it with a good-quality motorhome or caravan cover. This will help protect it from damaging weather extremes such as hail and snow. Another good idea is to use tyre savers to help protect your tyres from flat spots when parked up for winter.
Read our blog to find out more about how to prepare your motorhome for storage over winter.
How do you cover an RV?
It’s a good idea to purchase a quality, purpose-made RV cover for your motorhome or caravan. This way, it will not only provide a secure, snug fit but it will also be made of durable material that will offer the best protection.
A good tip to help make it easier to cover your RV is to enlist the help of a friend or two. First, you’ll need to get the cover up on the roof of your motorhome or caravan. You can do this by unwrapping it on the ground next to your RV, then take one of the long straps and hook it to one side of the RV cover. You can then climb up onto the roof and pull the cover up using the strap. From there, it’s fairly straightforward to push down the cover’s sides and start securing it.