Electrics in Motorhomes 

The LED lighting is standard on motorhomes with many power-saving devices available an extra leisure battery proves to be more than helpful on dark nights having extra power will always be a winner taking a spare hook up is also a good idea campsite offer electric hook-ups and even provide hookups for electricity. It is always worth carrying a spare socket and lead campsites and pitches usually provide a 230 v supply with this would power most of the appliances. However, many campsites tend to have maximum supplies generally rated at 16 Amps or 10 Amps sometimes as low as 5 Amps on campsites in Europe.

Electrics in Motorhomes Safety First

What is the best generator to use a good question many costing more than just a few hundred pounds having one provides your own power station even a small one anyway. However, they do take up space but ideal to use in remote areas now solar power is really making a difference now remember that most generators are noisy there is no better way of annoying your fellow campers than the sound of a generator running all night solar power is now gaining in popularity more accurately photo-voltaic power. Ten electric in motorhomes points forgive the pun;

  1. make electrics safe
  2. check to hook up leads regular
  3. trip switch activated to get a garage to check
  4. control panel not working fuse blown
  5. refer to manual electrics
  6. carry spare fuses
  7. never use the wrong current
  8. always check campsite electrics
Electrics in motorhomes
Electrics in motorhomes