Imagine spending thousands of dollars to buy or build your own Tiny House RV, only to have it stolen. The mere thought is heartbreaking. Don’t let this happen to you! Below I’ve listed 7 precautions you can take to prevent Tiny House theft.
Tiny House theft! Don’t let your Tumbleweed leave without your permission.
1). Use a Hitch Lock
Locking your hitch is one of the simplest ways you can protect yourself from Tiny House theft. Of course there are ways a thief can remove a hitch lock, but this is a good start.
2). Block the Wheels or Use a Lock
Lock at least one of your wheels with a wheel lock. If you are planning to park in the same location for a long time, you can pile bricks in front of your wheels. This will make moving the Tiny House RV a difficult task. You can also remove the wheels or put your Tiny on blocks, but this is only for permanent parking situations. This post is NOT about making your Tiny House RV immobile, but instead, preventing it from moving without your permission.