You definitely don't want to set off on a road trip in your RV without making sure that you have a secure source of electricity as well as adapters and power cords for all of your major devices and generators. If you pull up to a campground and want to hook up to their electricity, you may discover that your RV runs on a different outlet. Make sure you always carry an RV power adapter, specifically one that works with both 30 amp and 50 amp. A male to female extension amp, an RV adapter plug, and a few replacement plugs are also handy things to have along for the ride.
RV Generator Adapters
Aside from a handful of RV campers and travelers who enjoy roughing it without power, most of us will enjoy having access to generator power on occasion. In order to harness the power of your generator and power up your electronic devices, you will need to have a RV to generator adapter aboard. RV power cords, as well as extension power cords, can also help you to reach plugs and outlets that are far away from the RV. Remember that it is much easier to simply plug in an extension cord to connect your RV to an electricity source than it would be to move the entire RV once you have already set up for the night.