Originally Posted by Hatchet67
I know this is not what you asked but, we did several 10 hour travel days up and down the east coast this summer and never turned the inverter on. The fridge and all contents remained cold all the frozen items remained frozen. These residential fridges hold the cold in much better than the camper 3 way types.
I'm curious why you would do that.
If you have an inverter, leaving it on would keep the fridge at the exact temp it was set it at. That way when you do stop traveling, the fridge won't need to run longer to catch up.
That would be less stress on the batteries if boondocking overnight.