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Fuji Cars Japan Co., Ltd.

Fuji Cars Japan Co., Ltd.

[Email] contact@fujicars.jp

[TEL] +81-3-5612-7375

[Branch] Sapporo Office , Sendai Natori Office , Niigata Office , Ibaragi Central Office , Mito office , Tsukuba Office , Atsugi Office , Nagayama Rental Station , Kashiwa Office , Edogawa Rental Station , Chiba Rental Station , Sayama Office , Kokubunji Office , Gifu Office , Kobe Nishinomiya Office , Hiroshima Office , Tosu Office

Tokyo Camping Car Rental Center

Tokyo Camping Car Rental Center

[Email] info@tokyo-crc.com

[TEL] +81-3-6450-5816

[Branch] Tokyo Ebisu Head Office , Kanagawa Kawasaki Branch , Saitama Soka Branch

RV Land AEON MALL Tsukuba

RV Land AEON MALL Tsukuba

[Email] mail@rvland-tsukuba.com

[TEL] +81-29-896-6117

[FAX] +81-29-896-6118

[POSTAL CODE] 305-0071

[ADDRESS] Inaoka 66-1-B,Tsukuba-shi,Ibaraki,Japan

Manners of RVing in Japan

Notes for good manners

Recently, some managers of parking lots and media demand the shutting-out of camper drivers who stay long wrongfully in service and rest areas of expressways, including roadside stations (Michi-no-Eki), or throw away garbage there.

We think that most of camper drivers refrain from causing inconvenience to general people in public parking lots. However, it is anticipated that the bad manners of a few camper drivers will whip up the public demand for shutting out campers.

If such a thing occurs, many camper drivers who enjoy a driving trip with good manners will have to feel uncomfortable.

At present, Japan Recreational Vehicle Association (JRVA) requests those who enjoy a driving trip to follow the following manners at least.

10 manners in public parking areas

Do not stay for a long time.

Do not stay for a long time.

The service and parking areas of roadside stations (Michi-no-Eki) and expressways, etc. are not accommodation facilities. Accordingly, take a rest to the minimum and do not stay over two nights or for a long time there. Avoid leaving your camping trailer in a public parking lot and driving a car only too far.

Do not camp.

Do not camp.

In roadside stations (Michi-no-Eki), service and parking areas, do not open any awnings, or take out any chairs, tables, burners, or the like from your car, to use the site as a campsite, no matter how short the duration is.

Do not steal electricity from the utility power supply.

Do not steal electricity from the utility power supply.

Do not connect the power outlet of a public parking area to your camper.

Do not throw away garbage wrongfully.

Do not throw away garbage wrongfully.

Do not discard the garbage generated during your trip or transportation, no matter whether there are garbage cans. (Basically, bring home garbage.)

Refrain from washing your portable toilets.

Refrain from washing your portable toilets.

In public parking areas, refrain from washing your trailer or portable toilets and taking water from the water supply equipment of the facilities as much as possible.

Do not discharge the water of the gray tank.

Do not discharge the water of the gray tank.

Do not discard the water stored in your gray tank for living drainage to a parking lot or a groove.

Do not use a power generator.

Do not use a power generator.

Consider the timing and situation when using a power generator in a public parking area, and avoid using it when other users take a rest or in the vicinity of a private house.

Be careful when getting together for a meet-up.

Be careful when getting together for a meet-up.

If you use a public parking area for getting together for a meet-up or club meeting, be careful not to make other users misunderstand that you have occupied the parking area and are making a fuss.

Do not park your car in a parking lot with a wheelchair symbol.

Do not park your car in a parking lot with a wheelchair symbol.

If the passengers of your car are all healthy, do not park your car in a parking lot with a wheelchair symbol in the service or parking area of a roadside station or an expressway.

Do not idle the engine wastefully.

Do not idle the engine wastefully.

The discharge of exhaust gas and noise due to wasteful idling worsen atmospheric pollution and global warming, and so stop the engine.

We hope that you will follow the above manners at least as a user of a public parking area.

We recommend camper drivers to use a campsite, to reduce their burdens. Campsites have most equipment for a comfortable camper life, including the devices for using awnings, chairs, tables, disposing of garbage, washing toilets, taking water, and the systems for AC power supply and security, etc.