From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
RVers are adventurous people, there’s no question about that. After all, they’re willing to jump into a box made of metal or fiberglass and take off down the highway spending days, weeks, months, or even years in strange places, surrounded by people they’ve never seen before. They don’t let little things like bad weather, rough roads, endless construction zones, and occasional breakdowns bother them.
So why are so many of them bothered by dumping their waste tanks?
I get it, it’s not the most pleasant chore, but it’s not like you’re actually touching anything nasty. At least, not if you’re doing it right. Anyone who’s ever raised kids has changed diapers, right? Compared to that, dumping your holding tanks is a piece of cake.
Yes, I saw the Robin Williams movie RV. Don’t worry, you’re not going to be standing in a shower of sewage unless you do something really, really dumb.
It’s true, sooner or later you’re probably going to have a dumping accident. Either you forget to lock the sewer hose securely onto the outlet, or it jumps out of the dump station inlet, or your hose comes apart on you. It’s not fun, but it’s all part of the RV life. And once you make one of those mistakes, you’re probably not going to get that careless again.
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