Originally Posted by Bill K
There are a lot of people that are against using propane while driving and there are some fridge's that will not stay lite while driving.
You need to turn them off when refueling.
Now that I think about it, last November, while traveling to Florida, I did attempt to drive with the furnace
on and at times it stayed lit and other times it went out. The same situation would apply with the fridge
unless I was able to shield the intake. (as I noticed was mentioned in an earlier post) I have a battery
meter I can plug into a 12v socket and now that I have swapped my lights
to LED the battery
has almost no draw and rarely needs recharging. With a 12v 2-way fridge
I can leave the fridge
on all the time, recharge the battery
while traveling and not have to worry about stopping for gas... and the circle continues. The decision may come down to economics; which system can I get at the best price. My current fridge, used as an ice box, has served me in a pinch but it's not ideal. I really want to upgrade. I appreciate all the input. I now understand more than before and can make an informed decision.