We just back from our first trip through the Southeast and up the Eastern seaboard. One day my wife tells me, "it's raining on her feet". I pulled over to a rest stop later, and as she prepared lunch, I crawled under the dash for a looksee.
I noticed that everyone of the AC Duct hoses was wet on the outside with BIG drops of water forming along the bottom sides, which would rain on her feet as the drops got BIGGER, or as the vibration dislodged them.
I grabbed a towel wiped off the hoses, and did the same to my side under the dash. This continued each day until we got back out further west on our way home, and the humidity decreased.
My opinion, is that the humid air, cooled by the AC, caused the condensation.
Do others experience this, and what do they do about it?
Should I carry a couple of dehumidifiers in the coach?
Or just keep a towel handy?
It's just a bit annoying.
This doesn't happen in passengers cars does it?
Or, is that the water on the ground outside under the car when you stop, because of the way it's vented?