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Hard Wired or Portable EMS (surge protector)???

Hello. I am purchasing a class C motorhome and have a question for all. I am torn between purchasing a hard wired EMS vs a Portable version. Can anyone provide any suggestions. I was looking at the Progressive Industries as well as the Surge Guard brands. I know you have to look at Joules and all that stuff. Just don't know whether to get hard wired or portable. If portable, then you have to get a lock guard or something so it does not "grow legs" and if I get a hardwired version, and something happens to it, I am stuck until I get it fixed in order to get power. I am torn!!! Any suggestions or recommendations would be appreciated! Not looking for a brand suggestion, just hard wired vs portable. Thanks again in advance! James
ever1ast15 05/01/16 02:09pm Tech Issues
RE: louisville ky campground

Last April, we stayed in the Louisville South, KY in shpherdsville, KY. It was about 20 minutes from the Louisville Expo center and was a straight shot up one main highway. Very easy to get to. Sites were nice size and hosts were very nice. We would stay there again if we were going through the area.
ever1ast15 03/26/16 06:22pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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