If you’re new to the RV world, it may seem daunting to examine many YouTube videos and blog articles to understand RV hookups. But rest assured, you can learn, and it isn’t that challenging.
There is nothing complicated about RV hookups. Once you’ve set it up several times, you’ll have it down to a science.
There are three RV hookups: electricity, water, and sewer. If you’re in a self-contained RV, you don’t need any of them.
The most common full hookup campsites provide electricity, water, and sewer. If you have a pop-up camper, truck camper, motorhome, or anything in between.
You must have a power plug to connect your RV to the power supply. The outlet is usually a pedestal at a campsite. A quality surge protector is also essential.