OK, it's that time again. I can now store my 36' inside my garage. I usually remove the batteries and store in basement. I was wondering instead of hooking them all up to trickle chargers. Could I just leave my RV plugged in to my 30 AMP service in the garage? And let the RV tend to itself? Seems reasonable to me. What are some thoughts. The garage is heated with a wood stove but usually only on weekends when I'm working in there.
Emory & Dolly Haynes and Bandit to.
36' 2006 Holiday Rambler Neptune, 300 HP diesel Pusher
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