Originally Posted by CurvyChevygirl
...my father was always prudent in making sure our beds were level growing up. Is it particularly difficult to do on a bus?
Depends where you are parked!
Most RV parks and campgrounds have reasonably level surfaces. Getting it perfect with boards (or 'spacers' of some sort) under the wheels is not very hard (but is a nuisance if moving very often). Generally requires you to drive onto the boards, check level, pull off the boards, add/remove boards, pull back onto boards, check level, repeat... Hauling the boards around is maybe the worst part (takes up storage space).
When boondocking, it varies. Sometimes getting level is impossible (parked on too much slope). Otherwise, same process.
Many motorhomes have a leveling system that use the air suspension or hydraulic/electric "feet". Might be possible to add this to a bus but they are pretty expensive. Sure makes it easy though!!