We are the third owners of our 2010 EggCamper
and felt fortunate that it came with all of the original manuals and assorted other paperwork (including several personal items like loan documents, credit card receipts, etc.). Unfortunately, the owner's/operator's manual has very little to do with actually managing the day-to-day live-in operation of the various camper components (water, sewage, electricity, etc.). It reads more like a manufacturer's limited liability document written by a lawyer - all about limitations on towing weights and speeds, approved tire types and proper inflation pressures, etc., in language that essentially pre-blames the owner for anything that goes wrong and absolves themselves from any liability. Disappointing. Fortunately, the camper is well-designed and constructed in such a way that most all of the operational stuff is intuitive or can be figured out pretty quickly. The one thing that stumped us for a bit was figuring out all four of the safeguards that must be set to get the electric water heater up and running. I'm all for safeguards, once you know where they are and how to operate them, which, as just one example, would have been a nice thing to have included in the owner's/operator's manual. With all that said, we love our EggCamper
- useful manuals or not....