Couple of things.
First, my ACs run non-stop in this temp as they can never get the coach temp down to the set temp (typically 70-75) until nightfall. So , driving down the road I do not think the ACs are cycling on/off unless they just do that as part of their programming/build design.
Second, the breaker for my front AC does trip, but only if the unit is running and I switch from shore to generator or vice versa. No other times. I have learned to turn off both AC units when switching back and forth.
Ok, on to additional information. Yes, the exhaust pipe appears tun directly behind the generator. But, to get back to an earlier point I made and to pull in a though a couple of posts ago, my transfer switch gets so darn hot while driving that you can not touch the case. I do not know if this is due to the switch working so falling in and out, or if it is falling in and out because it is so darn hot.
I suspect the latter as everything in that storage area with the transfer switch is blistering hot. Ambient temp makes it hot. Heated air from engine and transmission flowing back to it make it even hotter. And, surprise, this storage area is just behind the rear axle and the exhaust pipe sticks out just in front of the axle, so the heated air from the exhaust is exiting right in front of this storage area.
I don't know. Just wild stabs in the dark right now as I have no way to duplicate the problem without a 2+ hour drive in the heat.