RV electricity expert Mike Sokol to train RV techs


(December 26, 2018) — The Pennsylvania RV and Camping Association (PRVCA) has announced an RV electricity technician training seminar to be held Jan. 31 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Keller Marine and RV in Port Trevorton, Pa. The all-day session will be taught by RVtravel.com’s Mike Sokol, the nation’s leading authority on RV electricity.

Instruction will cover the basics of electricity, how AC and DC power are used in RVs, the causes of hot-skin/stray-voltage and how to test for it, RV battery technologies, electrical system maintenance and other topics.

Only 30 seats are available. The course is free of charge to PRVCA members and lunch is included. Technicians are asked to bring their own meter and writing utensil.

Any other companies or groups interested in having Sokol provide instruction at their conventions, rallies or other events can reach him at mike(at)RVtravel.com.

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Sharon B

For Mike Sokol

I want to install a 30 amp box hook up on a stand in my RV concrete slab in my back yard. I hear of several methods, but some don’t sound so safe. What is the proper and safe way? I know it has to be totally separate with its own breaker and the wire needs to be at least 6-12 inches underground, and that wire is expensive. I’d like it to be in a pvc pipe so if there is digging at least the pipe will be visible. Yes, I realize I need an electrician, but not all electricians deal with RVs.
Would like your input.