RV batteries are crucial to the operation of a motorhome, camper and even campervans. They also dictate what kind of camping experience you’ll have based on the battery type, condition and energy storage capacity. But, because there are 4 different types of RV batteries and a plethora of battery brands on the market today, it’s easy to be confused on which RV battery type you can install in your motorhome, camper or van.
As winter winds down, spring camping season starts to ramp up. For RV owners, it’s time to bring the campers and motorhomes out of storage and prepare their RV for camping season! But, before taking your RV on the road, you first need to de-winterize your RV. The RV de-winterizing process is more than just dusting her off. You’ll need to go over your camper with a fine tooth comb ensuring all systems are a GO!
In mid 2018, we installed 600 amp hours of Battle Born GC2 12 volt lithium batteries in our fifth wheel so we could power our RV while camping off the grid. Here’s what we learned and our assessment of these state of the art lithium ion batteries.