Highland Ridge RV Fifth Wheels 2022
The 2022 Highland Ridge RV Fifth Wheels should come with a variety of floor plans and layouts to meet different wants and tastes. Most of the time, the living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, and baths in these floor plans are large and well-designed. Highland Ridge RV focuses on using high-quality materials and building methods to make sure that their products are durable and last for a long time. Their fifth wheels often have laminated sidewalls, aluminum frames, insulated floors, and high-tech suspension systems that make them more stable and better at pulling. When it comes to amenities, the 2022 models are likely to have a wide range of choices to make RV living more comfortable and easy. This could include things like tools that look like they belong in a home, entertainment systems, air conditioning, heating, lots of storage space, and nice furniture. Highland Ridge RV pays attention to both how the inside looks and how it works, with the goal of making living areas that are both comfortable and useful. They often have thoughtful touches like easy furniture, smart ways to store things, nice cabinets, and up-to-date lighting.
About This Manual
This manual is a guide to the operation of the features, equipment and controls in your recreation vehicle. If you find components vary significantly from what is described, please contact your dealer to ensure you have the correct information. Nothing in this manual creates any warranty, either expressed or implied.
This Owner’s Manual and Warranty Packet are to be considered permanent components of the vehicle. Keep them in your recreation vehicle at all times for personal reference. If the recreation vehicle is sold, they should remain with the vehicle for the next owner. Nothing in this manual creates any warranty, either expressed or implied nor does it cover every possible detail of equipment, standard or option, installed on or in your recreation vehicle.
Information, illustrations and specifications in this manual reflect the most current available at the time of publication approval, are subject to change, and not intended to indicate actual size.
There are components that are excluded from the vehicle warranty or are warranted separately by their own individual manufacturer’s limited warranty. The Warranty Packet contains this component manufacturer-supplied manuals or information sheets, warranty cards and/or registrations. Consult this information for questions regarding operating, maintenance, servicing instructions, and warranty coverage. It is important you complete and mail warranty cards and registrations within the prescribed time limits to avoid loss of warranty coverage.
Throughout this manual, certain items are labeled NOTE, CAUTION, WARNING, and DANGER. These terms will alert you to precautions that can involve risk to your vehicle or to your personal safety.
Read and follow them carefully. National Safety Associations and organizations require many of the instructions listed. Always use the appropriate safety gear when servicing or maintaining your recreation vehicle. Please call your dealer or our customer service representatives if you are unsure how to proceed.
These signal words indicate precautions and potential situations, which if not avoided, may result in personal injury, property damage, or damage to your recreation vehicle. These precautions are listed in the appropriate areas in this Owner’s Manual, and in the information contained in the Warranty Packet, and on safety labels affixed to your recreation vehicle. Read and follow them carefully.
Indicates a potential situation that,if not avoided, may result in property dam-age or damage to your motorhome.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. This alert information is limited to the most extreme situations.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in death or serious injury.
It is important you read and understand all instructions and precautions before operating the recreation vehicle. Even if you are an experienced RV’er we encourage you to thoroughly read this Owner’s Manual, as well as the information contained in your Warranty Packet and Chassis Guide (motorized only).
As technology advances, new improvements enter the RV industry every day, and each RV manufacturer has its own unique manufacturing process.
Familiarize yourself with the Limited Warranty applicable to your recreation vehicle. There are components that are excluded or warranted separately by their individual manufacturer’s limited warranty (refer to the Warranty Packet or Chassis Guide if applicable).
As the new owner of the recreation vehicle, you are responsible for regular and proper maintenance performed in accordance with this manual and the OEM manuals. Regular and proper maintenance will help prevent conditions arising from neglect that are not covered by the limited warranty. It is your responsibility and obligation to return your vehicle to your dealer for repairs and service.
Change Of Address/Ownership
Please notify our Customer Service Department as soon as possible of a change of address by writing or calling us. For notification of a change of ownership, please fill out the appropriate form located in this manual and mail it to Customer Service along with documentation showing proof of ownership. Please include your current vehicle mileage (motorized only).
Suggestions For Obtaining Service
To help ensure your dealer provides the level of service you expect, here are some suggestions we would like to make:
Contact your dealer at once… Do not wait until you are ready to use your RV. Your dealer may not be able to service it immediately and/or the repair may require parts be ordered. The dealer’s service department is busiest on Mondays, Fridays and before the holidays.
Prepare for the appointment… If you are having warranty work performed, be sure to have the right papers with you. Take your warranty folder and have your vehicle information available. All work to be performed may not be covered by the warranty. Discuss additional charges with the service personnel.
Prepare a list… Provide your dealer with a written list of specific repairs needed. It is important that you provide any vehicle repair history to the dealer’s service personnel.
Keep a maintenance log of your vehicle’s service history. This can often provide a clue to the current issue.
Be reasonable with your requests… If you leave a list with several items and you need your vehicle returned back by a specific time, discuss the situation with the dealer’s service personnel and list your items in order of priority. This may include making a second appointment for work not completed or parts that the dealer may need to order.
Don’t expect to look over the technician’s shoulder… Please don’t be offended if you are told you cannot watch the work being done. Some insurance requirements forbid the admission of customers to the service area.
Inspect the work performed… Finally, check out the service or repair job when you pick up your vehicle. Notify the dealer’s service personnel immediately of any dissatisfaction. If you cannot return the vehicle immediately for repair, make an appointment as soon as possible.
Please be aware that all service shops require notification of any issues with their repairs within a specified time limit. Make sure you are familiar with their repair policies.
Obtaining Service For Separately Warranted Items
Your selling dealer is responsible for servicing your recreation vehicle before delivery and has an interest in your continued satisfaction. We recommend your dealer perform all inspection, warranty and maintenance services. Some dealers may be authorized service centers for those OEMs whose products are warranted separately and excluded from the Limited Warranty.
Obtaining Service At Our Customer Service Facility
Should your recreation vehicle be in need of service, and your dealer recommends that the repairs be made at our Customer Service facility, your recreation vehicle may be returned to us with the following guidelines*:
- You or your dealer must make a confirmed appointment 60 days prior to dropping off the recreation vehicle at our Customer Service facility.
- The holding tanks must be emptied and rinsed. We have a dumping station available for customer use.
- The propane system (if so equipped) and all electrical systems must be shut down and turned off. We are not responsible for discharged batteries or propane tanks.
- During the appropriate season, please ensure the RV has been winterized.
- Unless prior approval has been obtained from our Customer Service facility, all personal items must be removed from the area where you are requesting service repair and the refrigerator emptied. We are not responsible for loss of food items.
- All transportation costs are the responsibility of the owner. You may need to arrange for alternative accommodations for some types of repairs. Please be prepared accordingly.
*Our Customer Service facility occasionally utilizes local independent repair facilities. Your vehicle may be referred to or repaired by one of these local repair facilities.
Parts and Accessories
Contact your authorized dealer for assistance in obtaining replacement parts or accessories. We do not sell directly to retail or non-authorized dealers. If the original part is no longer available, we will make every effort to provide an appropriate substitute.
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