I have a 30 amp, but considering that the majority of places in Alaska I use my TC don't have Hookup's. A Honda Gen. is your friend up here.
Got a new genny with the TC but I do have a Honda too. Should a surge protector be used with a genny?
My honda 2000 causes the surge protector to trip under very heavy loads (M/W oven, A/C - sensing too low a voltage...). I installed a seperate 30a cord after the surgeguard to allow for off-grid genny operations.
My first TT I had a portable generator, was a newbie and had no surge protectors, and someone ran over and pulled the cord and it blew up my television inside the TT.
"We must be willing to get rid of the life we've planned,
so as to have the life that is waiting for us".
Surge protection can be had relatively inexpensively. I have the fancier Camping World model for two other equally important reasons. First is low voltage protection, especially to protect my air conditioner if power drops or I inattentively draw too much myself. Also, my unit will delay restarting power for a few minutes, which is very important for the air conditioner which can be damaged by a quick power off then on again. Some models will also read out various problems with your power source.