Q. Do you do repairs and install accessories in campgrounds? A. Yes. We do service work on RV's in South Jersey campgrounds, whether or not you purchased your unit from us.
Q. Do you pick up and deliver travel trailers? A. Yes. Please contact us for a quote.
Q. Do you do insurance estimates? A. Yes.
Q. Where can I get my oil changed and have other chassis service performed?
Please contact our service department (at 1-888-hitchrv or via email
) and we will be glad to recommend a chassis service location.
Q. Is it common for an RV battery to lose its charge while not in use? A. Yes. A battery will slowly lose its charge and will need recharging even if not in use.
Q. Can I use my RV while it is plugged into an outside electrical outlet at my house? A. Yes. You should be able to use all the electrical appliances, except that you may not have enough power at the outlet to simultaneously use multiple high draw appliances like air conditioners and microwaves, etc.
Q. What should I do if there is no electric power in any of the 110 volt receptacles? A. Check your circuit breakers and the GFI (ground fault interrupter), which is part of one of the 110 volt receptacles, generally in the bathroom or kitchen.
Q. Does the refrigerator need to be level to work on electricity? A. Yes. The "absorption" type refrigerator must be reasonably level to work properly, whether it is operating on 110 volt AC, 12 volt DC or LP gas.
Q. Do you have a dump station? A. No. The nearest public dump station is on route 295 north bound in the Pennsville area. Also, many of the local campgrounds provide dumping facilities for a fee.
Q. How long can I run off my RV (house) battery? A. There really is a not a single good answer to this. There are too many factors that enter into it, such as what 12 volt appliances (e.g., lights, refer., etc.) you will be using, how long you will use each, how many batteries of what type are installed, what is the condition of each, etc.
Q. Do you detail RV's? A. No.