I live in sunny/hot south Florida. It never gets cold enough to freeze RV. I keep my fresh tank full of chlorinated city water all the time. I dump and fill water about every 2 months. I have never had a problem with bad water or stuff growing in the tank. But to answer your queation you have to consider the environmental factors for the area you live.
I dump and refill my fresh water every 4 months after adding 6 ounces of Clorox.
I also run the water pump and flush out the various faucets and etc.
Freezing is not an consideration as I live in a great latitude:)
I've been a ham since 1958. I operate HF on all bands using a screwdriver antenna on my ladder. Operation on 2 and 440 is done with
a glass mount antenna. I also carry a Hustler 5BTV 5 band trap vertical
for use during extended stays. Just returned from 3 days of camping on site at the Orlando FL HamCation.
Great Hamfest !!!!!!!!!!
My 07 just started wandering. My left tie rod broke (see recall L16) and after the replacement was made I experienced wandering. The dealership HAD to use an OEM part which will naturally fail so I will install a after market replacement soon. I only use the truck for running errands locally and it seems to me that the left tie rod end should last for over 55K miles. I suspect the dealership did not set the toe in accurately.
I've used non-slip material on boat trailers for years. It is "peel and stick" and I haven't ever had any come off that was applied after using "brake clean" or MEK to degrease the area of application first.
After warming up the tires by driving a while, raise the front of the coach so the front wheels are suspended in the air. Then spin the wheels/tires and see if they appear to be "round". I had to have my front tires "trued" on the coach as they were badly out of round. I was amazed at the amount of rubber that had to be removed to make my tires round. The wheels were then spin balanced on the coach. This might be your answer if rotating the tires on the rims as described above fails to work.