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Does anybody have any knowledge of the advisability of driving with the furnace running (LP rather than heat pump)?  Heading north to Chicago in a couple of days and it's supposed to be around 10 degree while driving.  

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Nate

2007 Knight 40PDQ

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Just did that on the way back from Florida to Tennessee. The furnaces don't have a problem operating while you travel. Some folks are reluctant to travel with the propane turned on. That is your call. Just be aware that you should turn the furnaces off while fueling the coach.

 

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4 hours ago, Bob Nodine said:

Just did that on the way back from Florida to Tennessee. The furnaces don't have a problem operating while you travel. Some folks are reluctant to travel with the propane turned on. That is your call. Just be aware that you should turn the furnaces off while fueling the coach.

 

Those who are reluctant to "travel with their propane turned on" need to consider the fact that most, (if not all),  Schwan's Home Delivery Service trucks are PROPANE POWERED: 

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https://www.truckinginfo.com/153208/schwans-home-service-runs-3-300-propane-powered-units-nationwide

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