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  1. AbdRahim
    04-22-2020 08:19 PM
    AbdRahim
    Thanks for the message. Because of Coronavirus closings, I have not yet picked up the coach. I will be discussing this at the factory and interested to see if they will install them or what they recommend, if not. The real dilemma is, I am hesitant to put anything on that is low quality and will need replacing in the near future. I don't want to drill holes myself. The motion detection lights are a good idea, but there needs to be a way to turn them off from the inside for driving. I am thinking about motion lights on the trees on the far side of the MH in my driveway. LED lights on the pole lamp, front and side of the house stay o 24/7.
  2. Traveler4321
    What did you decide? My neighbor just installed 2 solar lights on his wifes sisters camper that are also motion. So they are light till motion, then shut off after motion. Nice LED.
  3. Traveler4321
    Glad to try and give ideas, yes, some people just want to argue and be mean, and that's why I the PM thing. When I lived in NH, I had some bad people move in next to me, so I put up 4 really nice cameras, and lit up the front and back like daylight. ( crime don't like light) And put the 2 motion detectors on the 2 entry doors going upstairs. On the rv, I leave the scare light and the awning lights on all night. The guy that mad a negative comment about light wouldn't like to be next to me, haha. Have a great day.

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