50 Amps hookup for at home

http://www.rvforum.net/SMF_forum/index.php/topic,66762.msg611714.html#msg611714 First a few disclaimers.  This is a report on a practical way to do a temporary hook up to either a 30 or a 50 amp electrical service.  It is not about meeting code for a permanent connection. If you are not comfortable with the safety issues involved then please get a qualified electrician. …

RV Mirror Adjustment & Use + Lane Position & Control

From:  RVgeeks Driving School: February 16, 2016 In our first episode of RVgeeks Driving School, we covered the finer points of Off-Tracking & Rear Overhang. Today we’re starting a brand new semester with a focus on mirrors. Specifically, how they differ from car mirrors, how to adjust them, and how to use them. Because we’re…

How to test the electrical pedestal+tools needed

Published on Feb 1, 2016 Gary Bunzer, aka the RV Doctor, recommends three test devices that all motorhome owners should carry to ensure a safe electrical connection to a shore power receptacle. Any motorhome owner can perform these simple tests before plugging a motorhome into electricity. Never assume the pedestal you’re plugging into is wired…