Marianne's Reply: The quick answer is that virtually all RVs are built to be used without hookups for a least a certain period of time Both the fresh water and waste holding tanks will, with some conservation, hold enough to last at least two to three days. Those who are serious boondockers with larger RVs have found other ways to increase this time We drive a small RV and the batteries charge every time we drive. As long as we drive a bit every 3 days or so, our battery holds plenty of power for our requirements - lights, radio, water pump, ceiling fan and furnace as long as it's not constantly running. The stove is propane and we always run the fridge on propane as well.
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Consider what you would use electric hook up for, and do you really need it? The possibilities for using electricity in a tent are endless — heating, lighting, kettles, keeping food cool, charging devices and even watching TV — but are they essential? Well, quite a few people it seems.