No telescope: telescopes are for globular clusters and double stars and stuff like that.
If you can set it up to take pictures for you while you look at the eclipse naked eye, that would be best.
And you really must know your telescope well so that you can do this by muscle memory. You do not want to miss the experience of a total eclipse while fussing with your telescope.
I am taking a 4-inch sun filter.
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However, as your transport appears to be not budgetary, and your mobile home truly mobile and likely not your primary domicile, you probably have something with a good drive on it. If it can be set to follow the Sun, and you have time to buy or make a projection box, yes, visually enjoy that, I have twice with a 99% eclipse and a 95% eclipse (didn't want to go to Cornwall for the former, and it rained there anyway, well, duh).
Look up the duration of full totallity, of course never look at the Sun directly without full protection, but you want to see totality without fathing with kit, you want to enjoy the birds going quiet and the stillness, the encroaching dark, the sudden temperature drop, maybe be even one of those looking ones to see the atmopheric gravity wave band things coming towards you on the ground (site dependent), all in what may only be a few minutes.
You may also, which in your country is a possibility, have to jump into your vehicle and drive a couple of hours prior to the eclipse to a non-cloudy site, as informed by your device, with no ticket for speeding and no time wasted chucking expensive kit in the your overgrown caravan, with aircon now less by the looks!
A few minutes of totality, full diamond ring effect lasting seconds, Bailey's Beads not lasting long, etc, etc. You don't want to be messing about.
Get your smartphone on a stand, your video camera on a stand, setting 'em up and pointed in the right direction, you want to watch the eclipse, batteries charged, exposure times on automatic if you're afraid of burnout, not like folk nowadays who stare at things via on lcd via their smartphone, which you can do from home on livestream, put the phone down and look at the bloody thing! Through appropriate and fully protective glasses of course!!!
You've probably left it a bit late to organise properly/fully.
But remember even if you have learnt to setup and use kit really fast it ain't necessarily true at an unfamiliar remote site. Even if you have it all fine, some overgrown idiot may likely stand in front of you unless you've rented half the state for your exclusive use. Or maybe wanna look through your kit if you have a filtered setup, which they can't do of course if a camera is attached to the eyepiece end. he he.
Dunno why folk are so fascinated with taking piccies of stuff. We've got folk here whining because some idiot cut down some tree somewhere, an invasive non-native species to boot, because it was all photogenic like. Yeah, get over it, worry about why so many food banks are needed in a purportedly wealthy country instead.
Enjoy the sky while it is still free, and I don't mean monetarily free, whilst you're still allowed to look at it and afore you end up having science banned as an offence against some deities or other.
But most of all, take care of your eyeballs, everything else is tertiary, not even secondary.