Many RVs now come with modern accommodations, such as running water, electricity and built-in kitchens. However, technology isn't always reliable, which can pose problems when a traveler is far from helpful resources.
To plan ahead for power outages, RV owners might want to invest in a Honeywell HW2000i Portable Inverter Generator. The product has a 4-stroke engine and a 1.5 gallon fuel tank, making it economically efficient for travelers looking for a back-up source of power.
"I've had this unit for about a year and have used it four times," wrote one Camping World customer. "When our trip is over, I shut off the gas valve and let it run until it quits. After storing for a couple of months, I follow the starting instructions and it always starts on the second or third pull. A great little unit!"
Lights, laptops, radios and cell phone chargers can all be powered at the same time with the generator. Computers, security systems and dishwashers can be used individually with the product, providing users with more than one option for use. The copper wound alternator will also make sure that electricity is uninterrupted and efficient for all purposes.