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by Shino Enriquez
I read about how to connect an RV to a home. Is it possible to connect multiple RVs to a home? I will have guests at home for a reunion. They are traveling from a long distance so they will have to park for five days on my property. Is it possible to connect these to the electric current to the house?
ANSWER: Hi Shino I have to say that your question has to rank as one of the more unique ones I have ever received. The answer to your question is yes it can be done, but it may not be very practical to do it.
That being said I will give you some tips on how to do it. First you need to thoroughly understand the limitations I outline in my answer to Can I Plug My Fleetwood RV Into Home Electric?
The first thing you need to know is that you will not be able plugin more than 1 RV into an individual electric circuit in your home. So each RV must be plugged into its own separate electric circuit in your house otherwise you will keep blowing circuit breakers.
Even if you plug each RV into its own electrical circuit you may still end up overloading that circuit depending what household electrical appliances you already have connected to that circuit.
Now we run into the next obstacle, you may end up having to use extension cords to reach the individual electrical plugs. I will tell you up front for safety reasons it is not advisable to use extension cords on RV electrical connections.
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