Re: Lets talk bus/motorhome fires
I have always felt that propane was an outside gas. It is very dangerous in confined areas because when it leaks it tends to collect in lower, out of the way places until it is ignited.
When used indoors it needs to be plumbed with great care and done right.
The problem in RV's, buses, etc, is the vibration. Even the best plumbing job is subject to the vibration, which will, over time, affect things, and has the potential for a leak.
If you want propane in your bus, have it plumbed right, have it inspected regularly, and by all means, get an LP gas detector.
Pack up your bus and bug out to the hills!