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Old 11-10-2017, 08:23 AM   #15
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I look at winterizing the same way I look at insurance. I could easily say, there’s a good chance I won’t have an accident so I’ll save money and hassles by not having it. If you live where temperatures can get below freezing, winterize.
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In most newer motorhomes you will likely be fine if you have a source of sufficient propane and electricity and leave the thermostat on a livable temperature. Using portable electric heat alone will likely not provide sufficient heat to the plumbing systems in the basement. I have gone thru many winters without winterizing when I could connect to my home propane tank. I can no longer do that so I winterize now.

Many folks live the entire winter in their motorhomes and I doubt they winterize.
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I'd rather "have it and not need it", rather than "need it and not have it"!
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