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Propane safety essential for RVers

by Kimberly Shellborn
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Make sure you know how to travel safely with propane. — Photo courtesy BC Safety Authority

Travelling in your RV to see new places is always fun and exciting. But before and during your travels always put safety first. That includes checking to make sure all your propane equipment is working properly and is always turned off while you are driving.

Here are some things you may want to learn before you venture out on your next trip:

  • How to purchase and maintain propane equipment
  • Understand how to use propane appliances safely
  • Be able to recognize the smell of propane
  • Transport propane safely
  • Be aware of carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms

If you would like to check and see that everything is working as it should be, and what the regulations are, go to safety authority.ca

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