So you’ve decided to become a nomad, and that taking your house with you is your ideal form of travel. Great!
But now comes a potentially overwhelming decision – what kind of recreational vehicle will you choose to make into your full time home on wheels? We’re often asked this question, and there is no one right answer.
There are many resources out there which give a basic overview of the types of recreational vehicles available, and some of the tradeoffs associated with each. To get familiar with terms like “Class A” or “Travel Trailer”, check out these links:
Now that you know what’s available, here are some key consideration for choosing your ideal home on wheels.
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