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How to Keep Mice Out of an RV

by Zach Lazzari
Mice are a natural enemy for recreation vehicles, travel trailers and tent trailers. Unoccupied RV's are the most susceptible to a rodent invasion, but occupied dwellings also are at risk. The RV provides shelter, warmth and material for bedding for rodents. Preventing an invasion typically requires...
  • Allison Ross

    Mice can easily decide to take up residence in RVs, especially ones that have been parked for the winter. Many RV owners have opened their RVs up to prepare for an early spring camping trip only to find their RVs have become the winter destination of countless mice---and their babies. There are ways to keep mice out of an RV and owners are advised...

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