Check to confirm all electrical cords and hoses are disconnected and properly stored.
Ensure that the last person entering the unit has retracted the step and that all doors are locked.
Make sure loose items are put away, and that all compartment doors and refrigerator and freezer doors are closed securely. (Open these doors carefully when you stop as contents may have moved.)

Close all vents and lower any antennae.
Before leaving, adjust all mirrors for optimal viewing.
Notify passengers before you start to move. Use of seatbelts is mandatory.
Use of a hand-held cell phone while driving is prohibited in Newfoundland and Labrador. Use a hands-free headset.
Once on the road, keep to the slow lanes. Allow more time to brake, change lanes and merge onto a busy highway.
Be sure to give yourself twice as much following distance as you would when driving your automobile. Always gear down when braking on hills.
Account for your vehicle's size when turning, and use signals well in advance.
While driving, use your mirrors to determine whether you are crowding the centre line or the outside edge of the highway.
When being passed by a large truck/trailer in the same or opposite direction, move the RV to the right side of lane to prevent the RV from being drawn into and then pushed away from the truck.
Pay special attention to backing up. If you must back out of a spot, always station someone from your party behind your RV unit to direct you. Make sure that you can see that person in your mirrors.
Watch out for low tree limbs, narrow roads, and underpasses such as carports, gas station awnings, parking garages and fast food drive throughs.