Tokens?? now I am even more confused but glad I asked
And some don't charge at all , I found several free ones and some where the only charge was for fresh water 10 mins for 2€
Ha ha I never took any chances I kept the trigger running filled the 200 litre tank and then 4 20 litre drinking water bottles then I ran out of receptaclesH
Had one this year two tokens for water but as soon as you released the trigger the bloody thing finished. Was filling into barrels so got caught on swapping the first barrel. Needed 4 barrels of water Learnt the hard way on that one didn't get caught with the next two tokens
Thanks DBK, we do already have the bookYou need to buy the All the Aires book from Vicarious Books. It has descriptions and advice on how to use the various machines. Tokens you will probably have to buy from a local shop.
Sorry didn't mean to confuse you the Flot Blue, Bourne call it what you will often only accept tokens if you need water but you can empty for free. A lot are outside campsites or near a tourist office . Then we will get a token or 2 even if we filled up on site before leaving so we have a small collection for emergencies.
Hope that makes sense.
I am too old to go looking for excitement, getting up in the morning is enough of a thrillHi David
Some places you buy tokens in the town to get water from the Bourne or whatever the service point is called.
In our experience nearly every system is different which is what makes it so exciting.