Toy Haulers and Critters Make an Unhappy Combination
Recreational vehicle lovers know that the best way to take their favorite toys — such as ATVs, snowmobiles, or jet skis — out on the open road is to bring them along in a Toy Hauler. A toy hauler can be a 5th-wheel RV, a motorhome, or a travel trailer, but what they all have in common is the addition of a “garage” in the back. Toy haulers are usually divided into two parts — the living area is in the front, and the storage area for toys is in the back and is easily accessible thanks to a back door that doubles as a ramp.
When it’s time to take the toys out of the RV for use, or when working in the toy hauler’s garage, the RV’s back door sits wide open. Bugs and other critters often find this nifty new shelter an ideal place to hang out or even start a new nest. A helpful piece of gear to have on hand is a Toy Hauler Screens. Installed quickly and easily without tools, a toy hauler screen keeps out pesky bugs and provides shade from the sun while still allowing fresh air to circulate through the RV’s garage.
It’s the simple things that make life more enjoyable. A toy hauler screen is one such simple thing, preventing minor annoyances like bugs, critters, and glaring sunshine from marring an otherwise perfect RV adventure.