Propane and Electrical Line Protection
Ok, another question from the new girl. It may be a bit daft, so bear with me!
Still waiting on a good day to go pick up our recenlty purchased trailer, but I have a question that has been nagging at me ever since I went to have a look at the old girl. When you look under the trailer, there is an exposed propane line (copper) that runs from the front to the fridge and water heater. There is also a fairly new run of wiring that was installed from the back fuse box up to the fridge.
Now, call me crazy, but is that a safe application? Do we not have to concern ourselves with road hazards that could possibly damage the lines?
I haven't gotten to take a closer look at the rest of the runs, I assume mostly they are inside the trailer itself, but for the outside runs, wouldn't they be safer under the belly skin? Or do you want to be able to see them up close to check for damage?
I'll sleep better if I know the correct answer!
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