Originally Posted by TURBS
And this is bs in my opinion!
you pay for 30 amp and 50 amp service so you should not pay more even if your within your service!
Your rate should be the same regardless if your using 12 amps or 29 amps.
I've thought the same thing - with so many new rv's having electric fireplaces, how do you even enforce a no electric heater rule - or WH? All that does is punishes the honest people. Seems like factoring that electricity cost into the rate wouldn't add that much to the cost and would be a much better way to do it.
One of the CG's we go to a lot has a no AC policy - but its because they are always full in the summer and their mid 60's service can't handle the load. It never gets hot enough to really need it, and the crowds thin out in the rest of the year and they have no rules on heaters. In that situation, their policy seems reasonable.
After our last trip in October, I'm definitely going for a digital thermostat, and investigating adding a small electric fireplace.