Propane is available from an approved storage container to operate your stovetop burners. With proper handling precautions, Propane is safe and provides modern conveniences wherever you travel.
Propane is stored as a liquid under pressure and vaporizes under the control of a pressure regulator.
PROPANE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Propane is a safe and reliable fuel. As with any other volatile and flammable material, common sense dictates that Propane be handled and used with respect and caution. Because Propane systems are so reliable, they are often taken for granted. Neglect can be a very dangerous habit. If the system is maintained regularly, you can expect almost trouble-free operation. The first time you have your Propane tank filled, have the serviceman bleed a little Propane out of the small outage valve (this also lets you check that the container is not overfilled) and note the odor described as garlic/rotten egg like for future reference. A small number of people cannot smell this odor; if you are one of these you must take extra care whenever you use your campervan.
FILLING PROPANE TANKS
To fill the propane tank, drive the vehicle to a Propane supplier or service station which sells Propane. Do not attempt to fill the Propane tank yourself.