So, you’re thinking of living the RV life – Lonely Planet
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While selecting your RV is a very personal choice, there are a few things everyone should consider:
There are quite a few places you can park your RV at night. The most common.
Seeing friends and family: Living in an RV makes it much easier to see friends and family. As one couple put it, they’re now able to visit with family they would normally only see at weddings and funerals.
Spending more time in dream destinations: When you work a traditional 9-5 with limited PTO, your travels are also limited. Over the course of a year, you may go to a couple destinations for a week at a time. Because it’s a lifestyle rather than a vacation, living in an RV allows you to stay in these places for longer stretches.
People make their transition all different ways. You have to figure out for yourself what will give you the independence to live in your RV while still making enough money to meet your financial goals.
The cost of RV life will depend heavily on how, where, and when you prefer to travel.
For the most part, there are two options for buying your rig:
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