NO SOLAR my EcoFlow Alternator Charger to the RESCUE! Stealth Van Life with no roof solar

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14 thoughts on “NO SOLAR my EcoFlow Alternator Charger to the RESCUE! Stealth Van Life with no roof solar”

  1. ❤❤❤⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️ With love, I do not see a step up to the bed for that baby (or to the van?). If there is that's great. Regardless if she can jump up, it's not good on her joints to jump down – high impact. Also are you the ONLY or one of the few to use a harness (not collar) and a seat belt teather to keep Pippa from flying into the dash or around the vehicle in an accident or when you need to slam on the breaks? If so, fantastic! I do not understand these idiot RVers, or anyone, that CLAIM to love their pets yet have no seat belt teather – even the big popular channels. Would you let a baby ride with no car seat? ⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️❤❤❤

  2. Just a quick tip.. Heat degrades batteries and many other things. If you pop open the hood of your vehicle after driving it, the heat under the hood (heat soak) will ventilate out and that will keep the temperature under the hood about 40F to 50F cooler. There's a lot of expensive components under the hood (computers, alternators, belts hoses, plastic components, battery, etc). The cooler temps will prolong their lifespan. Just be sure and close the hood before driving (some cars will warn you that hood/door is ajar). Have fun out there!

  3. From your description, alternator charger makes so much sense compared to solar panel. Thanks for providing the comparison. In terms of van vs suv campers, any thoughts beside the obvious? I'm curious to know if you prefer both or if you prefer one over the other.


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