Owning an RV gives you the chance to really take part in one of the most rewarding events in life: travel. With an RV, you get to see the country, even the world, as it was meant to be seen. You’re engaged in each step of the journey and have not just your destination to discover, but the nature, towns, and people along the way. Here are seven wonderful things you’re discover while RVing.
The question isn't which type of RV is best, but which is best for you? When we first looked at buying an RV I made the common mistake of thinking that the different "Classes" of RVs meant that you had to have a specific type of drivers license. Luckily because of the internet I was able to do some research and I learned what they were before I headed to the DMV to upgrade my drivers license haha. You DO NOT need a special license to drive an RV.
Have you named your RV yet? If you haven't you may want to make it a priority. Over 50% of RVers say they've named their RV. It brings some great pride to ride around in their nicknamed home on wheels. But it also has some practical value as well. It might not be very efficient for conversation to say "let's head back to the Heartland Road Warrior 425" compared to saying "let's head back to Earl".