Originally Posted by Enconcapt
I just drove home 400 miles in temps around 18-20
Needless to say the cabin heater did not keep up so I lowered the upper bunk and then hung a blanket down as a drape behind the seats. Problem solved completely the heater kept me toasty warm at about 2/3 setting
Yeah, the giant windshield is great for views, awful for heat retention in the cold. When we went to Daytona and overnighted in SC, I almost froze (and I'm NEVER cold). Next time I'll do the same thing you did.
FWIW, I've found in my experience that cabin heat/AC is only so-so in most motorhomes, regardless of dollar outlay. If you're going to be rolling down the road in anything but 40-70 degrees, plan on running the generator and roof AC or a space heater.