I use ADCO designer and love them. Clean and wax trailer in the fall cover it up, remove cover in the spring, looks like it was just waxed. Plus I don't worry about repeated freezing and thawing. If you pad any sharp areas on the trailer the cover will last for years.
I knew just what he wanted! He wants someone to go over the trailer before he buys it, just like you do when buying a house or a boat. Smart thing to do then you can decide to buy it or even negotiate more on the price or walk away.
Amazing that that (s)hit city is worried about rv when they have 15 murders, Gang and drug and a whole host of other problems.
A friend of mine bought a house there and not even a month after moving he got notification that his property needed to be cleaned up or face fines. He was in the process of putting up vinyl siding to improve the looks of the house it's self. They are idiots there.
Hope it all works out. Keep us posted
You do not need to blow out the lines before pumping in the pink stuff. It will push out the water as it goes through the line. That is why the flow will turn from water to pink. You can buy an adapter that screws into your city water connector and you just run air at about 40 psi through all your lines. Some people leave it at that, others like myself will then add the pink stuff.
So if some states require crossed chains by law, how can trailers be sold that do not meet the requirement? My last 3 trailers had the chains attach at the same point, so there was no way to cross them.
I'm going to give a little different advise. Relax it is not hard to do. Even for a first time owner, if you are the least bit handy it all makes sense. As everyone has said make sure everything works!