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"I can use regular electrical appliances instead of RV?

I will be the conversion of an old school bus in a vehicle RV type for my family and I traveled to in I'm trying to keep costs down as much as possible, and have found that the devices are a bit expensive RV. Can anyone (Especially someone with the RV experience, please) tell me whether or not I can buy normal household appliances (stove, refrigerator, etc) instead of RV appliances. If I do that there any liability, etc? Also, I will most likely be through a combination of solar and wind power as my main source of energy – Would not have any additional information you need to know?

The biggest drawback to using the appliances in their converted school bus is are not designed to be operated in the energy sources available to you while driving …. This is 12V DC, or propane. Refrigerators RV are typically "dual fuel" switches that can run equally well on LP gas or 12 V DC. Their average household refrigerator's electricity needs 120 V AC, so it would not be able to use it on the road. Household refrigerators also have cooling coils that can accommodate up to vibrations generated in an RV, as it is traveling down the road. You could use a gas stove on the bus, but would have to convert natural gas to propane. A range of homes that take up much space in the kitchen relatively small RV. I would suggest using 2 or 3 burner gas stove and a microwave 12V for your needs cooking.

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