grashley said:Locks only keep more or less honest people honest. It only slows die hard crooks. Do due diligence and let the Good Lord punish the crook.
Gary RV_Wizard said:This sort of security question is always arguable. Many, if not most, campgrounds are essentially crime-free, but there are some that routinely suffer petty theft. Those in or near major metro areas, as well as some mega-campgrounds at popular tourist destinations, may attract folks with light fingers and opportunist views. Professional thieves probably won't bother, or they hit RV storage yards or dealer lots where they can get a good selection and find the expensive stuff.
Personally, if I thought I needed more than a mild deterrent to secure my property in and around the campsite, I would not go there again. If a fortress mentality is needed, it's not an enjoyable camping experience.
FunSteak said:With the cost of the thing, I figure the extra 90 seconds to lock it is worthwhile to keep the honest folks honest, and give me an extra moment to catch those unencumbered by honesty.