Unless you have the indoor RV antenna it has to be right next to it. Even in the RV setups I have seen I think you have to pretty close to it. My plan was to tether to my phone and leave it in place next to the antenna but it just hasn't worked well.
Mine hasn't worked worth a d@mn. First one failed. WeBoost sent a new one. It doesn't do a thing. I am very tech savvy, tried both antenna, and different locations. Tests show no signal gain. It's a paper weight for me. An expensive one at that sadly.
The fridge is supposed to know which power to draw from with both plugs connected. I do it all the time. Fridge is in the truck ready to run on 12 volt but when in the garage it is plugged into 110. Personally I usually turn it off, unplug 110, and then power it back on.
There are some routes in the app tap Discover, Filter and only show 4X4 trails. With that said there is a lot more content from outside sources including TrailsOffroad.com, TrailDamage.com and others. Simply search for GPX files on the internet. Gaia help files can help show you how to import them.
You just downloaded an app that has not been updated in over 2 years. Like most GPS app you can import and export GPX tracks. There are much better choices like Gaia GPS and Topo Maps +. Always check the last time an app was updated!
I know this reply is old but I am very happy with the 23 Zero awning. I have the new version with LST fabric (Blocks out more light/UV) If you put the panels on it creates a huge covered area. Adding even one can create a very large shaded area as the sun moves. As for rain no issues. I was on...
SAE plug has work well for me for years. ARB makes a split plug with cord if you want to use that. Take the end off and there are blade connectors. Put a couple of blade connectors on to a short cord with an SAE plug and you're done. Cutting and hardwiring also works.
Yes, that is what I mean. There are a lot of sources which could be added. Maybe CalTopo if you wanted to add that on your own. There are a few if you sign up for a developer account that are free for low volume stuff. That is what I would use in this case. I am a heavy Gaia GPS user but it does...