From the roomy Class A and Class C motor homes, to the Class B van campers, to the travel trailers, every kind of RV out there is getting classier every year. Many travelers love how versatile an RV can be. Some have even turned to full time RV living in their rig! You can park your motor home or travel trailer at many trailer parks or campgrounds.
While it does take some practice learning how to drive a larger motor home or towing a travel trailer, the payoff is well worth it. It’s awesome to have a house on wheels. Plus, if you’re towing another vehicle, or using your vehicle to tow your RV, you can take your other vehicle around locally. That saves on gas and can be more practical in certain areas.
For those that have decided to take on full time RV living, I salute you. It’s a great adventure and you really can do it with any RV if you’re willing to live with the pros and cons that come with each type of RV. It’s true that RVs are no longer simply second vacation homes on wheels anymore. They truly are becoming homes all to themselves.
Would you ever consider taking up full time or even part-time RV living?