You'd think they would have put in a slide tray.
LOL! I guess I did, though not meaning to insult you or the Adventurer. You generally don't get the sort of nice features you are asking about until you hit a much higher price point, upwards of $400k MSRP in todays dollars. For any given item there are always exception (and thus my use of "often", "most", and the like), but price is always the 500 lb gorilla lurking in RV designs.P.S... Did Gary just say my motorhome belongs with the "general herd"?? ;D ;D
Gary RV_Wizard said:Slide trays cost real money, especially ones that can carry multiple heavy batteries and resist corrosion from acid fumes. Since it's YOU that has to deal with the maintenance (and many owners don't bother anyway), the manufacturer chooses to leave problem to you. You can:
1) Pull the batteries out for service. That's ok if they only need water once a year, but not so good otherwise.
2) Use a gadget such as the ones Rene or Sun2 suggest
3) Change to AGM sealed batteries (my choice)
This is one of many little details that often distinguishes the higher end models from the general herd. And one of the things you learn to look for when shopping for your next RV.