Of course, just as the layout of buying a house is the top priority, whether the layout of the RV is reasonable or not, it does directly affect the quality of life of the sojourner. It’s just that novices should avoid falling into the misunderstanding of blindly pursuing the number of "seats" and "sleeping", and actually arrange the number of "seats" and "sleeping" according to the number of people who use the vehicle for a long time, and pay more attention to whether the bathroom is large enough and the bed. Whether it is comfortable enough, whether there is enough storage space, and whether the kitchen is suitable for needs. The most easily overlooked by novices is the water energy configuration inside the RV. The “water” here refers to the water used in the RV, and the “energy” includes what kind of energy and form are used for cooking, heating, cooling, and refrigerators, and how to supply and store the energy of the entire RV?
The heating on RVs can be divided into two categories. The first category relies on the heat generated by fuel combustion, including oil heaters (further including diesel heaters and gasoline heaters), gas heaters, gas plumbing, and engine coolant heaters; the other Classes rely on electricity, including electric heaters, electric oil heaters, electric floor heating and various air conditioners.
Fuel heater is currently the most mainstream heating system in motorhomes. There are two reasons. First, for self-propelled RVs, which occupy the absolute mainstream of the RV market, the use of fuel heaters has a major advantage. It can use the fuel in the RV's own fuel tank. If it is a diesel engine, use diesel heaters; gasoline; The engine is matched with gasoline heater. This saves the trouble of adding an additional energy storage device.