Patio awning on both sides? Merits and drawbacks
I have a Class C RV that has no slides. I've wondered about adding a patio awning to the driver's side as well.
Benefits seem to be as follows:
*Ability to open an awning on the driver's side if there is not adequate room on on the opposite side in certain locations.
*Ability to have shade on both sides of the RV when desired and added 'play area' if it rains for the kids, parking of bicycles, etc.
*reduced sun on the two sides of the RV during hot weather days.
*Another awning that could unfurl in wind on the highway
*More to worry about if it is windy in the campsite.
The fridge is on the driver's side. Any concerns/issues with the chimney? (I anticipate not because there are many motorhomes with a fridge on the same side as the awning.
Thoughts?? I have seen some RVs with two, but it is rare.
History: '08 View, '05 Chinook, '01 Jamboree 24D, '78 Apache Popup, 81 Komfort Tlr,
84 Mazda B2000 'w canopy,
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