We’ve discussed the RVs you generally don’t want to buy for full-timing in Part 1 and what we call the minor leagues, RVs you might want to consider but aren’t the most popular options, in Part 2. Remember, this is all subjective and personal wants and needs may skew your search in other directions. This advice, or maybe this summation of our research, is good for most RVers but not all. Take it as intended. A guide from which to begin your own search.
A class A motorhome.
So we’re in the big leagues now, class A motorhomes and fifth wheels. These are arguably the most popular choices for full-time RVers and with good reason. When your camping or taking short trips, size can take a back seat. When your looking to live full-time in an RV, size is a major consideration for most folks. Even the biggest RV is tiny when compared to your average stick-built home. Continue reading
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The great outdoors
We’ve detailed the purpose of this series and the types of RVs potential full-timers might want to avoid in their search for their future home on wheels here. Now, it’s time to start talking about the RVs that full-timers seem to choose most often. Of course, this is mostly opinion and observational based. We have no data and these posts are probably ripe with our personal biases. Still, our feelings on the subject might help you in your choice.
So, this post is entitled “The Minor Leagues” but we aren’t judging. These are all viable choices for full-timers or those that travel extensively in an RV. Each has a lot of benefits but each also has some drawbacks that keep them from being top choices for most RVers. We will detail those pros and cons for travel trailers, class c motorhomes and truck campers. Continue reading
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