You may not be aware of this, but if you own a RV, i.e. a recreational vehicle, then it may be possible to get a number of solar panel solutions that can help you out in time of need.
One of the main benefits of installing RV solar panels is that they can produce electricity even in remote locations. So if you are stuck in some far off area, without any patrol or gas, then this might come in handy for you.
The cost of RV kits can range from around $400 to $1000, depending on the power output you require.
RV solar cells are available in a variety of packages, which include starter kits or RV solar array extensions for addition to a current RV solar electricity system. The most widespread way to attach RV panels is by fixing them to the roof. This can be done by using mounts which screw into your RV roof.
The disadvantage of this method can be that you will have to drill holes into your vehicle, which can be a very hard decision for many.
An alternative to roof mounted solar panels, is a mobile solar electricity kit, which is also available in the market.
But this method will require storage space in the car when you travel, and the time to fix it up at your destination. But this method is famous mainly because you do not have to drill holes into your RV, which means when you want to sell it, the value isn’t affected by the “do it yourself holes” in the roof.
Moreover, the mobile panels which can be attached to your vehicles roof, can be easily taken out of the storage space, and placed in your brand new RV, which eliminates the cost of purchasing new panels.