Just got back from a road trip from hell. Traveling east on I-90 there was a 40+ mph cross wind coming from the south for the first 400 miles. At the first stop, I discovered my ProTech protective awning
cover had disappeared. The clips were on, but must have vibrated loose on the extremely rough pavement that was under construction for many miles. That was a hundred bucks gone. Hope the plastic tubes didn't hit any cars.
At my next stop, I found that 3 of 8 screws holding on the molded fiberglass propane
tanks cover had worked loose, one missing. It had then vibrated enough to chip the fiberglass in several places. I got more screws and Loctite and proceeded.
On the return trip the following week, I encountered 40+mph wind along the same stretch of highway. This time it was coming from the north. A deputy sheriff passed me and started pointing to the back of my trailer. When I stopped to look, I found my sewer hose hanging out of the bumper about ten feet with the fitting worn off by pavement. The end cap on the bumper was, of course, missing.
On the same trip, I drove through a swarm of locusts that totally peppered my windshield and front of the trailer. And I blew a fuse on my Fantastic Fan for the first time ever. It was the only fuse in my trailer for which I did not have a spare.
Hope the next trip is a little less challenging.