There is a junction box for a shed on the same side of the driveway as where I need the power. Sounds like time to talk to an electrician and wire something up there.Another option is to figure out if there's a way to route power around the driveway rather than across it. If you can share a photo or diagram of how things are laid out (where is the power source? Where is the driveway? Where is the RV?), then we creative geniuses here can lend our titan powers of ingenuity to the problem at hand.
Paul would likely be canceled in today's world. I think it is a getting old thing I often think back to some pretty simple things that I really enjoyed and in today's world would go unnoticed.Bud I used to listen to him just to hear his voice reporting the news - I didn't care what the news was it was just his unique way of speaking I enjoyed listening to. Hummm - what does that say about me and my age?
30 amp, but I would only be using it to keep the battery charged or to run lights. The AC would be left off.How many amp service does your camper require? Trying to run an a/c on less than 30 amp could cause damage to the a/c.
Well, if I park it on the other side, I am blocking the driveway.Also, what about parking the RV on the other side of the driveway? I heard a rumor once that RVs have wheels and can be moved about.
I thought you were parking next to the driveway, not on it but to the side. Maybe I misunderstood. I was suggesting parking next to the driveway again but on the other side.Well, if I park it on the other side, I am blocking the driveway.
It would be gone in winter.Swimmer-spe
Have you considered or looked into maybe an overhead lateral from point to point? You would just have to go by NEC code for height above a driveway, especially if an RV will be in and out from under the overhead run.
I don't know if you are in an area that gets a lot of snow. If you lay anything across your driveway then you have to worry about a plow pulling it up.
An overhead lateral may just be the answer. It will cost you more than an extension cord but it will serve the purpose and be a lot safer in the long run.
You would have a mast going from your house across the driveway overhead to a pole on the other side. On the pole you can put whatever device/s you want to connect your RV to etc. No digging up the driveway and no worries about something that is laying across the driveway being destroyed/frayed etc.
I don't have the space too park on the same side as the power is on.I thought you were parking next to the driveway, not on it but to the side. Maybe I misunderstood. I was suggesting parking next to the driveway again but on the other side.
A photo or even hastily drawn diagram, showing the layout of the driveway, surrounding area, location of RV, power source, etc. plus any relevant obstacles, would go a long way to providing clarity.