All About RVs

 

Spring is in the air and people are starting to think about the long lazy summer ahead. For most that means getting out and traveling.  Travel is one of the most popular pastimes in the country, but it can really bust the budget. With airlines allowed to change airfares on a whim and more and more people tired of long lines at the airport and the constant delaying and cancelling of flights, alternate ways of travel are becoming more and more popular. One of the fastest growing ways is RVing. Traveling with a recreational vehicle means you can bring all the comforts of home with you while avoiding the added costs of hotels and restaurant dining. RVing also brings you closer to nature and off the beaten path, allowing you to see the hidden gems regular travel passes by. For those who prefer quiet over crowds, RVing is perfect.  So what kind of RV is right for you? Read on to learn more.

Obviously the first thing to decide is your budget. An RV is an investment that will pay off for years and years to come, but you have to take into account fuel, insurance and maintenance costs when setting your price range. If you already have a heavy duty pick-up truck, consider a Grand Design Solitude or one of the Reflection Fifth Wheels lines of RVs. This hook up to your truck for hauling and can be unhooked and left at your campsite, freeing your truck for sightseeing and errands; very convenient and cost efficient. For one or two people, pop up camper might be perfect, while larger families and those looking for added space and luxury should look for a toy hauler, which allows them to bring along bikes, skis and all kinds of other sporting gear. It’s like having an RV with a garage! The added space can also be used as a playroom for the kids or added sleeping or living areas.

There is an RV for every need and budget, so get out there and hit the road!