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Old 07-01-2009, 06:45 PM   #15
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Won't your Prius fit in a compartment so you can take it with? Seriously though if your batteries are in decent shape 2 days of running the fridge on propane won't hardly touch them. Now if you leave your inverter on, that's a different big drain. And your fridge doesn't have a compressor so you don't have to worry about "firing" it up.
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