Originally Posted by dwava
I'm getting ready for a trip and I'm worried about stopping overnight, any comments or thoughts?
Dwava, I run a battery minder on my coach battery all the time even when I am plugged into shore power at a campground. This helps to keep my automotive battery up.
Being plugged in doesn't charge the automotive battery but the coach batteries should get charged.
If you can have a battery disconnect (knife switch) installed on your automotive battery and that will prevent you from drawing the battery down. You should have the draw tracked down to see what could be bringing your battery down so quick It should normally last for more than 2 days even with the parasitic draw that RV pull off the automotive battery.