electrical-yes, water-yes, sewer-essentially, yes. some CG sewer openings are 3"-wide, some are 4"-wide but none smaller than the size of your slinky sewer hose. at least that's been our experience since 1986.
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Are all electrical hook-ups the same in both the US and Canada. 50amp is 50amp and 30amp is 30amp etc...
Also is water and sewer hook-ups the same everywhere you go, campgrounds, state parks, and Canada?
No, not all the same. I tend to stay in small, older, RV parks in rural areas. Some things to watch out for...
1) Upside down connectors with little or no room to plug in (I carry adapters);
2) 50Amp connections wired single phase so you only have 50A not 100A;
3) Loose/broken/incorrectly wired (neutral swapped with hot) shore power connectors;
4) Weak circuit breakers;
5) Power post too far from site or wrong position (I carry an extension);
6) Low water pressure;
7) Non-potable water that the park owner 'forgets' to mention;
8) Sulfur smell;
9) Solid minerals in the water;
10) Spigot to far from site (I carry 50' of hose);
11) Water pressure to high (I carry a pressure reducer);
12) Wrong, damaged, to few threads on spigot (leaks - I carry several adapters);
13) To far away (I carry a 25' slinky);
14) Inlet higher then tank outlet (rare);
15) Inlet too big for donuts;
16) Full or plugged, won't drain (rare).
There are workarounds for all these problems...
You probably weren't looking for all this info so I'll say that as far as sizes of plug ins go, sure, they're all the same...sort of.
Many sewer systems in the West do not allow Formaldehyde products. If you use anything in your system containing formaldehyde do not dump them in the sewer systems. Best advice is simply flush your system out liberally with water. As for wind speed, a lot depends on the size and type of rig you have. A Class B will not rock as much as a Class A, a diesel coach will not rock as much as a gasser, and a no tow coach will rock less than a coach towing a large trailer. I tip the scales at 46,000 pounds so the wind doesn't bother me too much. That said, we don't travel in 45-50mph winds. Lots of "junk" blows everywhere and there are a few yokels out there that WILL travel in that kind of breeze when they shouldn't be. As my dad used to tell us kids, I don't worry about how you drive, I worry about how the others do. When it's windy, rainy, snowy, we stay put......Dennis