Originally Posted by tomahawk
Really? Ours is stored where there is no electrical hookup. What do you suggest we do? Do we really need to take it for a drive every two weeks or . . . ?
In lieu of driving it occasionally, the other option would be to disconnect the batteries. There's parasitic draw on both the house and chassis batteries. Chassis battery draws are the transmission, ECU, and possibly the radio. House battery parasitic draws are the propane monitor and possibly also the radio depending how your rig is configured. The battery disconnect switch for the house battery won't disconnect the propane alarm.
Yeah, it's a pain but steps need to be taken to keep from killing those batteries if you can't be plugged in 24/7.