As an RV owner and traveler, I want to make sure that we’ll enjoy our trips without hassle. Some of the problems we might face are a loss of water, flat tires, or loss of power.
So far, the worst thing that happened was that we couldn’t use the air conditioner because we were running low and we had no way to plug into a power source.
One time we went dry camping, and we were confident that we’ll have enough power. You see, we got the best RV generator, and we’ve had it for years now. Whenever we go somewhere, we make sure that our RV generator is fully charged so we can use it for emergency power supply.
RV living is a bit complicated but worthwhile. You just need to be responsible enough and make sure everything is in order before you travel.
In most cases, you can always go to a campground and plug into their power source. However, there are some instances that campgrounds are full, so it’s better to be well-prepared.
In this article, I’d like to share with you some tips especially on how to charge the RV generator even while driving. I’ll also share with you other advice on how you can charge your RV battery.