Winter Driving in freezing conditions
I have a 2003 Nat RV Islander.
We live in the midwest. I was wondering if any of you folks have experience operating your Motorhomes (Driving) in the winter - specifically - do you operate the propane furnaces while you are driving the rig?
I was not sure if the furnaces are designed for that intended use and if there are any known issues with this?
While I have winterized my Islander - someday - we may want to take a nice south bound trip and have water on-board and I want to insure that if we would do that - that there was a way to heat the tanks. From what I have read - that heat comes from the regular propane furnaces.
Interested in hearing from others about this concept.
2003 National RV Islander
400 HP Cummins Turbo Diesel