Most RVs today are equipped with lighting on awnings, around wheels wells, or under the belly. While 99% of the time, those light sources are specifically for “ambiance,” they could be used if needed when conducting repairs at night. Having good alternative light sources should do double duty for your camper.
Pro Tip: Because all types of external lighting are “important” when RVing, I’ve broken this down into three categories: essential, nice to haves, and glamping.
Essential: Whether it be going out at night to access storage areas or to walk the pooch – these are the kinds of lights I use every day.
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Nice to have: You’ll quickly notice many RV’s decorate their outdoor space with additional lighting. Here are some that can pull double duty. “Legend has it” that lights under your RV will keep rodents away at night. Regardless if it’s an urban legend or true…your RV will look lovely!
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Glamping: Have some extra cash to spend? Want to set the mood at your site above all others? Then grab some high quality LED torches and string lights. These look phenomenal when the sun goes down, are energy efficient and completely safe.