Tip #1 Your RV is equipped with thousands of dollars of electronic equipment and appliances. You can protect all of this expensive equipment by simply using a quality surge protector product when you plug the RV in at the campground power pedestal.
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Tip #2 You never knowwhat you will encounter when it’s time to plug the RV into electricity at the campground. In an effort to be prepared for any situation I recommend you keep a variety of electrical adapters on hand in your RV. There is a wide assortment of 15, 30 and 50 Amp male and female electrical adapters and dog-bone style adapters to choose from. It’s also a good idea to purchase and keep an extension cord on hand in the RV that is designed and rated for the electrical system in your RV.
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