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Can You Use an RV Bathroom While Driving?

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Last Updated on July 1, 2022 by Jessica Lauren Vine

When you gotta go, you gotta go. But can you use an RV bathroom while driving?

Yes. You can use an RV bathroom while the RV is moving. You should be careful doing this though and get back to your seat belt as soon as possible. It’s not safe to be up walking around your RV while it’s moving.

If you need to go to the bathroom, it won’t hurt your RV if you go to the bathroom while the RV is moving. It is legal to be up and about in your RV in some states, but not legal in others. The safest thing to do is to stay in your seat and use the bathroom when you stop but sometimes, you just gotta do what you gotta do.

You could also pull to the side of the road so you can use the bathroom in the RV while it is stationary. This could help you get to the bathroom right away but also stay safe.


Do whatever you feel is safe but the police won’t pull you over if you make your way to your RV bathroom while your RV is moving. I mean, they won’t be able to see you, so how would they know? Just be safe and avoid this if at all possible.

Before heading off, make sure you check out these other RV-related articles.

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