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Old 07-05-2012, 05:10 PM   #1
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RT 190 privacy

Still unsure which Roadtrek I want to pursue. In the 190 Popular,
If one of us uses the head while the other is in bed, is there any privacy?
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Old 07-05-2012, 06:30 PM   #2
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Dometic’ recessed air conditioner & heat pump, 12000 BTU standard
Bathroom - temporarily enclosed with bifold door (creates private change area as well)
Gas mileage - Roadtrek says: A 190 can get about 16 to 18 mpg
How does the shower work? Roadtrek says: "Pull the curtain out of the closet. As it travels along a track on the ceiling, it surrounds you making a shower stall in the center of the van. There is a drain in the fiberglass lowered floor"
How many showers can I get from the fresh water tank? Roadtrek says: "Four to six if you conserve water"
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Old 07-06-2012, 05:27 PM   #3
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I have never been inside one, and am not able from pictures to see if there is a door to close off the bedroom from the head, or do you you have to break out the shower curtain in order to have a private toilet moment.
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Old 08-30-2012, 07:51 AM   #4
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I have a Roadtrek 190 and there are 2 bifold doors for privacy. Not great privacy but for a wonderful vehicle like the Roadtrek, it serves the purpose.
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I have a Roadtrek 190 and there are 2 bifold doors for privacy. Not great privacy but for a wonderful vehicle like the Roadtrek, it serves the purpose.
Thanks - pictures/diagrams are not clear about a door aft of the head.
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Old 09-01-2012, 08:58 AM   #6
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On my 190, the only way to totally shut the bedroom off from the bathroom is a half bifold door (top half) and on the bottom there is a curtain that attaches.
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First, tape record the sound of a bear tearing through garbage. Put that tape on a player under the hood. Hit the remote, fill the 190 with growls, snarls and the sound of tearing cloth. Have everyone go outside to investigate.

That will leave you with some privacy for a little while.

Or, travel with doctors, people who know that the human body has many needs, some of which come along at night. Or strangers, people you don't care about. Or friends, who would understand.

Another thought is a shovel with a poncho.

Seriously, that was a problem for me which was overcome only after a great deal of agony, praying for morning, trying to tip-toe and so on. I finally decided that it was my guest's problem, not mine, and if it bothered them I would be as sorry as they wanted me to be.

Good luck. Some things simply have to be worked through, unfortunately.
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