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Rv Toilets

Written by James Lyons
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So this is the part most people don't like to talk about for obvious reasons-RV toilets. Unfortunately, our digestive systems continue to function even when we are on vacation and when we vacation in a recreational vehicle, it is especially important to have a fully functioning toilet. A faulty or broken RV toilets can make for an interesting trip (and not in a good way).

Aqua-Magic, Aurora, and Bravura make excellent RV toilets if you are currently on the market for a new toilet. The newer models give complete bowl washdown regardless of whether you are hooked into the city's water or your RV's own demand pump. Trust me, you should not take this lightly. Your RV toilets need to work well because there is nothing more unsettling than dealing with this type of problem, especially during a vacation.

The Early RVers Did Not Have Toilets

As the 1920s and 1930s rolled around, United States campgrounds added facilities that actually surpass the quality of most campsites today. These campgrounds had movie theaters, dance halls, and a whole host of other amenities you can't find today. For a thousand dollars in the 1920s you could buy yourself a recreational vehicle equipped with a bed, kitchen, bathroom, chairs, RV toilets, wood trim, refrigerator, and stove.

Protecting your RV from the so-called "elements" can be a challenge, especially considering the areas many RVers like to frequent. Our rigs are constantly bombarded by Mother Nature's fury so we need to take effective measure to preserve the life of our RVs. Camper covers, motor home covers, and RV tire covers all play an integral part in extending the life of your rig.

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