Yes I do
Not on your life!
I have drunk the water from tanks in boats and motorhomes for 50 plus years with not a single problem.
Do you or don't you drink the water from your onboard tank?
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4 litre bottles of supermarket water for drinking here....
I don't, because you cannot trust the water supply abroad, so i always load up with 10ltrs of drinking water in a bottle with a tap fitted.
As we don't use ours 12months and drain/dump open all valves taps for winter. Deep milton'd last month. Drained, flushed and drained and flushed again. We're happy to use our water now 'til Oct/Nov with top-ups.
Won't fill at french aires. Seen too many grubby foreigners swilling toilets out with the drinking (potable) stuff. No amount of wipes/rinsing/using own pipes would make us want to. 99% safe, probs. Umpteen folks use no probs, but not risking it !
Our tank does us upto a week by which time we are looking for a site to charge/refill/top-up.
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Yes and no.
Good Poll sir, reading another post I was wondering, Incidentally using flat bat I am not about to criticise anyone fwiw drunk from the tanks years,,, My Grandfather was a collier had two raw eggs whisked in milk for his breakfast before his shift that is way off limits nowadays ,,,traceability seems the buzz word
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