winter season approaches

Discussion in 'Beginning RVing' started by swindy4x4, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. swindy4x4

    swindy4x4 Member

    gettin a little nippy out there! ... would anything be damaged if i left the TT plugged in ALL winter long? .. i may like to use it from time to time in the driveway, such as a guest visit .. or if this may be my dog house if i'm a bad boy! lol.. and fumbling around in the snow doesnt sound like fun. fridge is off and open a bit .. no water ofcourse , all winterized. so that leaves lights and the heater which are all off, but could be used... i assume. thanks! :)
  2. H2H1

    H2H1 Senior Member

    Hi Swindy 4x4, I leave mine hooked up all year long, summer for the drinks I keep in the frig.And in the winter just to keep the batteries charged up. I see no harm if you keep an eye out on the batteries making sure they don't over heat or boil the water out. Who knows a small electric heater might come in handy when sitting out there and you will need power for that.PS that is why mine stays plug in. I like my dog house to be warm.
  3. Grandview Trailer Sa

    Grandview Trailer Sa Senior Member

    No harm done with it plugged in. It will keep batteries charged and ready to go on a moments notice.
  4. swindy4x4

    swindy4x4 Member

    cool! thanks guys :D
  5. LindaG

    LindaG Junior Member

    I've kept mine plugged in over the winter. I usually put a small heater in it when the temperatures would drop down below freezing or when I was using it as a guest room. I've started to store it in a heated storage garage now.

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