Buying questions: Van conversion RV or Class C? "I've never had an RV before, and I'll be traveling alone with my dog. I'm intimidated by big vehicles, and I want fuel efficiency but comfort, too. What do you think about a Class B motorhome?" It's a common enough question, and maybe it hits close to home. Would a Class B (van conversion RV) be a good bet? Here's some things to think about.
Can you RV as a single? While many couples are taking to the RV lifestyle, there's another group that shouldn't be ignored: RVing singles. Some have lost mates to death, others to divorce, and still others just never did the "couple" thing. But most all will tell you: Yes, you can RV solo! It's often a matter of attitude. Here's some thoughts about solo RVing.
ABCs of RV shopping: Slide-in truck campers In our series on the ABCs of RV shopping we've talked about motorhomes and towables of all sorts. While not a "towable" as such, there is one other non-motorized RV that fills a real need for some RVers: Slide-in truck campers
ABCs of RV shopping: Towables (part 2) In our discussion about towable RVs we've talked about travel trailers and toy haulers. Now let's talk about two other towables, fifth wheels and pop-ups.
ABCs of RV shopping: More motorhomes For those shopping for their first RV, it helps to have an understanding of types. Last week we discussed two popular motorhome classes, Class A and Class C. Now we'll talk about two other kinds of motorhomes.
ABCs of RV shopping: Two popular kinds of motorhomes If you're in the market for your first RV, there's plenty to be learned about the differences in RVs. This is the firsts installment of a multi-part series to help better acquaint you with your choices. This week we'll talk about the two most popular kinds of motorhomes.