Hello gas experts, I've recently bought a new old converted van which currently has just a two burner hob fuelled by a Camping Gaz bottle. A fridge was an optional extra when the van was new (early seventies), and there is a fridge-sized cupboard which I have got a period Electrolux to fit. I now have some plumbing to do, but have a couple of questions first. I see Camping Gaz is expensive, but readily available on the continent (I want to do some touring abroad next year). Calor seems to be much more readily available here in England, and cheaper. Now I am running a fridge (and a 2-way at that, so no option to not use gas when stationary), I would prefer to use Calor. Can I tee in a Calor regulator, so that both regulators feed both the fridge and the cooker? I'm thinking when in the UK I use the Calor normally and use the Gaz as a backup when the Calor is empty, but when in France I do vice-versa. What might happen if both are accidentally switched on at once? My cooker is on an articulated mount (folds away when not in use) and I need some sort of heat resistant flexible pipe for it. Where could I find such a thing? It currently has a bit of rubber hose running from the front right under the grill! Thanks for any advice. This is all new to me.