QUOTE(rgatijnet @ Jul 11 2010, 11:07 AM)
Doesn't the electrical requirement apply to all rigs, big or not?
Naturally a person with a 30 rig cannot tell you about maneuverability for a 45' unit with a toad, but they may be able to tell you something about the electrical. Of course if the people with big rigs don't want that kind of info from a small rig, no problem.
Please permit me to rephrase the statement.."but any good
electrical service is also important, expecially for power consuming RVs.
I am not aware of what this site defines as "big rig friendly" but most likely it is, as you mentioned, a maneuverability issue. I'd suggest that the RV doesn't have to be 45 ft to be a big rig. I suspect that there are many who consider their 30 ft + 5th wheel a big rig when it comes to considering manuverability at a campground/camp site or having a need for strong, reliable voltage.
Current RVs of any size above 32 ft are now 50A capable. I think that they too might like to know if the electrical supply is a good one whether the CG has 50A, 30A, or both.
I know that we are defaulted into putting down the rig when submitting a review, but that doesn't factor into my decision. I want all the facts that I can get from anyone who takes the time to provide an input.