Wow! I just took for granted that an RV *must* be capable of storing everything---because anything that simply dumps on the ground would be an environmental hazard illegal in the civilized world. Yikes.
(Expecting an RV to be "self-contained" in that sense would seem to be just as necessary as expecting a vehicle to come with wheels on it. Thanks for the information, everyone!)
FT'er,38' 5W/ToyHauler but no toys; rural eastern Texas 140mi.from Houston coastline.[On-grid gray/black-water code-compliant.] Interested in feedback re: climate/mold issues, vermin/pests/coyotes, energy-conservation tech & experiments, passive solar, RV security.