Instead of jerking from side to side after hitting a bump, this condition is when it rocks back and forth (like a see-saw). This is most common in shorter motor homes (20-30 feet long). You can usually take care of this problem by getting new shocks or springs. However, sometimes you need to get a new motion control unit.
Contact a trained RV specialist for this.
Sometimes when you’re driving down the street in your RV and you hit a small bump in the road or a pot hole, the steering wheel can jerk violently to one side. While it may just seem annoying at first, this can pose an incredible safety risk. Any type of movement from an RV that you don’t control can have consequences. The common cause for this is that the suspension geometry is incorrect, but it can also be caused by worn shock absorbers.
If this is happening to you, make sure to correct the issue quickly to avoid any accidents.