So far so good. We had a great time exploring the Spring outdoors and when we were ready to go the truck would not start. Normally that would not be a problem because we would have lots of fellow campers around us to help out. Not this time. There also was the time we were on our way to Branson MO to meet relatives, when one of the trailer tires decided to blow and the spare was nearly flat. Forgot to air up the spare tire at the beginning of camping season. Hey, it happens. Short term memory fading as I get older.
All of this drove home the point that Murphy is always with us and bad thing happen to good people as well. So what is the solution? One of these, 12Volt Emergency Power & Tire Pump
Due to the fact that newer 5th wheels are using tires that require more pressure than the above unit can provide. I am suggesting that you might want to take a look at the following RV Tire Pump. While this unit will not start your car or truck in will pump up RV tires up to 150 lbs.
|High-Pressure RV Tire Pump|
But I hear you say that you needed something that had AC power like the 110volts that comes out of the power pedestal that your RV is plugged into. Fear not, because you can use one of these, 110volt and USB Dual Power Inverter
The 300W DC-AC Power Inverter with USB charging ports is designed for most major brand notebook computers, digital portables devices like, video camcorder, digital camera, iPhone, Galaxy phones and computers, iPod, cell phone, PSP handheld Game, DVD player & etc.
You may want to pick-up the battery hook-up cable just in case. It looks like this, 12volt Battery Clip-on Accessory Socket
12Volt Emergency Power & Tire Pump.
Some of us will like a bit more AC power than the little power converter above can provide if that is the case you might want to consider this, 1000watt Power Converter
This more powerful converter can power notebook computers, TVs, fans, refrigerators, game machines, DVDs, lights, musical instruments. And can be powered by the 12Volt Emergency Power & Tire Pump above. So if you need 110volt power at the picnic table or anywhere while camping, there are ways to get it that will help keep your family safe and make camping fun.
Don't forget that you can use Emergency Power at home when the lights go out to recharge your cell phones and provide power for lights.
Until Next Time
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