Keeping Batteries Charged on Thor Hurricane
I recently had a problem starting my 33T recently. The batteries for both the chassis, and the RV itself were dead. It appears I forgot to turn off the battery switches above the exit door when I parked it in October. The storage building where I keep it has an option for an additional $30 a month to keep it plugged in while in storage. My question is, will keeping it plugged in keep the batteries charged? Are there inverters in the RV that keep the batteries charged while the unit is not being used? Thanks for any assistance you may be able to provide.