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Extension Lights for Camper Warning & Safety

Most campers have auxiliary generators. If broken down on the road these can be used to warn oncoming traffic or provide illumination for repairs if you have several inexpensive clip-on 110 volt lamps and long extension cords. You can use 100 watt spotlights or colored red bulbs with a "button" christmas flasher in the socket.

The lights can slip on the rear bumper.

This will work as well as a road flare on a rain-swept night with low visibility.

Most campers have rear windows.  If you leave the internal lights on and have a roll of red translucent plastic to place across the rear window it will provide an additional warning to approaching traffic.
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