The RV lifestyle is growing at a rapid pace, yet many do not even know what it is. Some people envision a lower class of people in old junkie trailers in a trailer park. I assure you that is not the case. Motor homes reaching up into the hundreds of thousands of dollars make the RV lifestyle far more than most imagine. It is funny,however, that different classes of people, with different levels of income, and truly different daily lifestyles, seem to gel into a class of people reaching beyond all those before mentioned differences.
Each day, more people are deciding to live the RV lifestyle, selling their homes in exchange for motor homes, travel trailers and 5th wheels. With prices ranging from under ten thousand dollars to those big fancy rigs that go well into the six figures. Aside from the invigorating lift in spirit that comes from RV life, there are many other reasons why campers decide to follow this more unconventional path. Aside from the invigorating freedom and ability to live a simpler life, the new additions to the camping family of RV owners, are also finding that RV lifestyles are actually more affordable than owning or renting a home!
The first reason that many new camping people and couples become interested in the RV lifestyle is because they simply want change and/or a simpler life. Having a motor home or camper allows people to visit loved ones more often, live in places they’ve always dreamed of without the hassle of moving, and vacation to places they’ve always hoped to see someday. RV living is flexible, with people able to chart their own courses. Once recreational vehicles pull out of the driveway for the last time, with the open road in front of them, people feel alive again.
Another reason people are opting for the RV lifestyle might surprise you. It is actually more economical than home ownership. Of course, there are costs involved in purchasing and maintaining a travel trailer or Class C, but they are nothing in comparison to the continual a588g.com drain you endure with either owning your own home or renting. What makes the rv lifestyle most appealing is that you can adapt it to fit your budget, which is something you can never do with a home.
To reduce rent costs, which are already only a fraction of a monthly mortgage payment and often include all utilities, people are finding free lodging by becoming camp hosts and getting involved in work camper programs. To help reduce gasoline costs, some people will choose to travel south in winter and north in summer. Also, no matter what your budget, there are lovely RVs available that would make wonderful homes, whether you buy used or new.