Your RV batteries have two important jobs that impact your RV experience: The automotive battery to start and run the RV engine and the Deep Cycle house batteries to run the electricity. Keeping up with RV battery maintenance periodically is one of the simplest ways to keep your RVs running longer and improves your RV life enjoyment on the road. Batteries terminals and connections can corrode in a matter of weeks, reducing the recharging capabilities of your batteries, which can cause the batteries to sulfate. Sulfation is the number one killer of RV batteries. Watch this video to learn more about Dave Solberg’s advice on performing proper battery maintenance on your RV and hear about the safety tips in removing corrosion power from your RV battery to prevent battery acid splashes and damages.