However it is the fault of the voter who is saying that they want to pay lower taxes so the party that wants to get into power promises to reduce taxes even though the population is increasing as people are living longer.
The back up consists of a small pack of 2 x 1.5v AAA batteries. You simply remove the outside plate which clicks off, undo 4 screws to remove the control panel, then insert the battery pack behind and screw the panel back into place. Clip back the cover and no more issues with setting up every time the electric trips or is disconnected.
I have be mistaken but I think your reasoning maybe a bit flawed. No offence. Whether you have the heating on 1kw, 2kw 5kw, 10kw the maximum heat set will still be the same. On 1kw it just takes longer to reach 24C, 2kw a bit quicker, 3kw even more quicker etc. If the heating is on EHU and combined with gas it will heat up even quicker. Ideally one should use gas and EHU to bring the caravan up to the set temperature and then switch off the gas. We were on a 6amp site and managed with the ALDE set to 1kw. If you do not have an ALDE then the Truma will do the same for you using 1kw. plus gas to do the initial warm up.
BTW would there be any change in road tax as it is now commercial? I would think that regular habitation checks will have to made however I think that both the gas and electric would need to be certified annually.
I wonder if the insurance companies will be pleased to know that they can increase the premium significantly. As many folk who own motorised caravans are retired, any income may affect their pension and also they will be liable for tax. This may affect those still working as they will have to declare the extra for tax purposes.
We have one however after several years the outer rubber started coming off as it is in the garage at present. The only issue with it was on soggy ground it would dig in hence the reason why we bought the pneumatic jockey wheel a few weeks ago. Unfortunately it does not retract fully so have to get the ALKO soft tyre.