Over thirty pages of answers to the final survey question, “Is there anything you would like to add to your next truck camper purchase that was not asked about in the above survey?”
We knew there would be aspects of your next truck camper that our first ultimate camper survey would fail to ask. To ensure that you were able to share everything you wanted, the final survey question was open ended and simply asked if there was anything we didn’t ask about, but needed to be addressed.
What we didn’t expect was over thirty pages of responses to this question. Thank you again to everyone who participated in our first Ultimate Truck Camper Survey. I can confirm that the industry has been very excited about the feedback and is eagerly digesting this information for future camper research and development.
To see the 2012 Ultimate Truck Camper Survey results, click here.
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HARD SIDE SURVEY OPEN FEEDBACK:
Is there anything you would like to add to your next truck camper purchase that was not asked about in the above survey?
The same style of dinette table leg as in the Lance 815; the post is attached to the U-shape wall and the table top is always solid.
Regular fifty-four inch foam mattress and wardrobe alongside the front wall with shelves and sliding doors.
A real solar system to replace the generators forever.
I like my built-in propane generator but it’s too noisy. Solar would be nice to have as well.
External AC power outlets, external storage pockets, and a catalytic heater that doesn’t use battery power
The lightest possible camper to have all the desired amenities but remain a stable, strong, well built unit.
I would really like the extra room of a flat bed camper (if and when I ever get a flat bed).
A basement, but with more usable space and maybe access from inside the living quarters.
A well laid out non-slide.
An easy to use slide out tray for maintenance.
Wired jacks that all run at the same speed.