Are they always at the rear of the pitch close to the back of the van?
First time next week on one. On my van the waste exits from the off side just behind the wheels so I've prepared proper fixed (32mm) connections down to the rear off side corner with a length of flexi hose to take it to the waste point assuming it'll be fairly close to there.
Never needed to take any notice before but don't want to be cutting and altering connections on pitch so hoping there always very near the back of the pitch?
Message posted by Fiona W via mobile 17/7/2021 at 7:04pm Outfit: Autosleepers: Clubman > Nuevo. Location: Ayrshire
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Always been at the rear of any serviced pitches we’ve been on, because the drain runs behind the pitches. How close depends on you. Whether left or right side for you? varies. Most adaptable site had a long length of guttering into the drain, that swivelled: handy with a MH as we could empty directly into it.
But you could just contact the site.... You can’t do different arrangements for each site.
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Some site owners to save money have them in between pitches so two caravans share the same services so that the owner can hike up the price by advertising them as individually fully serviced pitches. . If the point is on your nearside it is a real problem. We avoid going back to those sites.