Originally Posted by drakethib
More times then not yes we do.
I rarely have my generator running while traveling so this is not a need for me. I'm told some have issues with needing the coach air conditioning while driving due to the hot weather.
We live in the Northeast and to date I haven't had to do that. One factor could be that my unit is all white. Also, we have only traveled with people in the coach seating once.
I would think the wiring could be done fairly easily from the generator's local switch. I would imagine the stop function between the two existing switches is wired in series and the start function is in parallel. Hardest part would be routing the cable.