RV Life Is The Life for Me Tire Cover


RV Life Is The Life for Me Tire Cover
RV Life Is The Life for Me Tire Cover


Extend the life of your trailer’s spare tire by protecting it from the sun, dirt, grime, and road salt with this weather-resistant vinyl cover. The elastic-trimmed rear opening gives a snug fit, and the vented bottom lets moisture escape. High-Quality Material – This Cover Is Made From High-Quality, Durable Vinyl.
Note: These Tire Covers Can Keep Wheels In Good Shape And Extend Their Service Life; please Measure It Before Buy It.

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RV Life Is The Life for Me Tire Cover

Tire Cover


RV Life Tire Cover shows the image of a popup camper set up for fun camping on a black tire cover.

Our Spare Tire Cover is printed on a heavy-weight Automotive, Marine 32 ounce expandable vinyl. The tire cover is held on by a strong shock cord sewn into the back edge.

Bullet Points Are

Includes Installation and Care Guide.
The material will Stretch to Fit and will Not Cold Crack.
Recommended by Automotive Dealerships Worldwide.
The average Life Cycle of our Tire Cover is 3 to 5 years
Anti-Theft Grommets,  Security Cable & Lock are Available.
90 Day Warranty on Materials and Workmanship.

RV Life & Pop UP Campers

A pop-up camper is a type of towed recreational vehicle that can be collapsed for easy storage and transport. When set up, this type of trailer provides a large amount of interior space when compared to its size when collapsed Pop-up campers, also known as fold-out campers or tent trailers, are camping trailers that collapse down into a much smaller, portable package, thanks to a partial canvas construction. Like a fifth wheel or travel trailer, pop-up campers often have a mess area, large mattresses, and sometimes a functioning bathroom.

RV Life

Campers share what full-time RV life is really like, from flat tires to epic views that can change every day.

Traveling full-time with a camper trailer and 4-wheel drive was never on my bucket list, but the RV life didn’t take much convincing. After six months of planning, my husband and I took off from New South Wales and headed north, with no itinerary and no timeline.

My priorities shifted quickly. We became obsessed with the weather: rain was bad, but the wind was worse. I didn’t have to go to an office, but I did need to chase WiFi for work. We sought out the cheapest fuel prices, consulted campground reviews, and tried to stay in each spot for a minimum of three days.

The next 18 months changed my perspective on RV life and what it’s like to live on a perpetual road trip: not quite the unparalleled freedom I’d envisioned, but definitely worth the gamble of turning our lives upside down.

RV Life Magazine




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