There’s no denying that investing in an RV would make your life more adventurous. It’d be just you, your loved ones, the open road, and some of the most beautiful and remote places of our country. Some people choose to live in an RV full-time, whereas other’s invest in them for recreational purposes. Either way, they’re a big investment and require a lot of thought to be put into what specific type of RV will be best for you.
Some of the most popular types of RVs are those that you tow behind your car, the most common of those being fifth wheels or travel trailers. However, everyone has different ideas and expectations of what their RV experience will be. Both veteran RVers and newbies ask themselves at some point what exactly are the advantages of fifth wheel vs travel trailer.
In this article, we’re going to explore what the best option would be for [...]
The magic of an RV is the feeling of sovereignty that comes with it. There’s a freedom to go wherever you want, with whomever you want, whenever you want; a wanderer with no one to say what must be done. Some of the countries most stunning landscapes become a part of your everyday life and places that you’ve grown up hearing about, like Lake Tahoe in Nevada, suddenly become your new backyard.
However, as easy-going as the life of an RVer may seem, there are still California RV laws that must be followed. They’re typically not too extensive and can be easily accommodated. However, if you’re going to enjoy your time as an RV adventurer, knowing the restrictions of your vehicle is imperative. No one likes to get fined or ticketed in the middle of the best road trip of all time.
We certainly can’t list every one of the California RV laws, but [...]
Some people love the life of routine. Decorating their own home, joining a flag football team, growing a garden. But some people want something more. They don’t want to be tied down to one home, one location. So what do they do? They hit the road with their home on wheels: a travel trailer.
Living in a travel trailer full time gives you the opportunity to see the country, to see the world even. You can work on your own schedule and go where you want when you want. It’s the perfect balance of life and travel. It’s all up to you. That’s the kind of lifestyle that a lot of people dream about.
But not all trailers are created equal. Some will suit your needs better than others. So then, especially if you’re living in a travel trailer full time rather than part-time, it’s important to evaluate all your options before making this [...]
There’s nothing quite like hitting the open road and exploring the most beautiful, entirely-American parts of our country. There are small towns cafes, hidden beaches, and forests that you can only find on a good-old-fashion road trip. Still, we all know the hassles of a road trip: bathroom stops, low-blood sugar, exhaustion. That’s why a lot of people choose RVs as their vehicle-of-choice on road trips.
In this article, we’re going to take a look at the best RV destinations of 2018. Try them out with your family, friends, or a random Polka band that you met at a burger-joint in rural Missouri!
We’d like to point out that, because The United States is so massive, we’ll be classifying the best RV trips by regions. This is because what qualifies as some of the best RV trips in the West will have entirely different standards than the best RV trips in the Midwest. Let’s [...]
For those new to the RV game, or those just looking for a change of pace, it can be hard to decide what type of motorhome is best for you. First off, what even is a motorhome? In simple terms, a motorhome is a self-propelled RV. It’s sort of like a portable apartment or small home. Most of them have amenities like kitchens, bathrooms, and bedrooms. They are great for long vacations or for those with an adventurous but alternative lifestyle.
When choosing what kind of motorhome you want, you’ll need to familiarize yourself with Class A, B, and C motorhomes. Although it is best to get an overview of all three, it is recommended you just compare Class A and Class C motorhomes, because Class B is in between of both of them.