It boils down to four basic actions: drain the dirty water, drain the toilet, fill the tank with clean water, and pour the infernal blue into the toilet compartment.
Models of campers are very different, and each color buttons may differ. In addition, when you will give the camper, all very, very, very detailed explanation, and in the United States also show a film about how, what where and where, and give a disc on the track and just in case.
Well, OK, in short. Inside the caravan, usually above the door, there is a control panel with small buttons. When you leave, turn off the camper, as they say. On the same panel, the heat of the stove and the cold of the air conditioner are regulated.
Outside, somewhere in the rear right side of the camper, there is a small door. That’s where all the magic happens. To drain the water, you need to drive up to the water drain hole (it will be shown in the campsite) and press the button, under which it is usually written something like “water drain”. With the toilet drain, the situation is almost similar, only the names are slightly different. Hell HIMSA is poured into the compartments about the same, where and merges. Set himozi and gloves included in the rental camper.
Clean water is poured with a hose, which must be connected to a special hole behind the door (there is an inscription under the hole, well, you understand). Electricity is connected to a huge outlet in the campsite or Parking lot, an extension cord is attached.
All these simple manipulations can be done at any campsite (everywhere) or in special stations of plum-filling for campers (only in the USA and Canada, are designated on cards by the smiling poop).
What about electricity?
During the movement of the camper, the driver’s panel, the Navigator (if any) and the classic car charger work. That’s all. Sometimes there is an inverter, and then you can charge the phones on the road. If the inverter is not, it is better to have a lot of batteries handy for long days on the road, and navigation.
When you get up to the campsite, you are powered by electricity through a large outlet on a pole. Then you can use lights, garlands and other (small) sockets in the motorhome.
If you spend the night without electricity, warm-up, cool food (or yourself, if it’s summer) you will be using a gas cylinder. Well, that is, the camper itself will do all this, just need to press one switch over the door.
For entertainment purposes, a portable speaker works very well. The fact is that during the movement of the motorhome in terms of sound, it seems to be divided into two parts, music and conversations from the driver’s and neighboring seats are almost not heard. And if you put a column or put somewhere in the middle, then everyone will be happy and happy.