From retirees to families to those whose jobs demand mobility, thousands of people choose to spend most of their year in their RVs. Read some of the most common reasons they make the leap here, and see if any speak to you and your current or future lifestyle.
Reason 1: Retirement
Many retired individuals and couples are a shoe-in for RV life. Their schedules are flexible, their families are grown, and their lives are just as comfortable on the road, seeing places they’ve wanted to see their whole lives.
Reason 2: Mobile work
As more and more jobs become mobilized, more people find the need or the desire to take their work on the road full-time. Fortunately, internet service is much more widespread and reliable today than it was years ago, and working remotely can be a seamless experience.
Reason 3: Family togetherness
Some families decide that what they really need is just each other. So they pack up, hit the road,and leave all the distractions behind. Some choose to homeschool their children, not just through textbooks but through the education the world and its places and cultures have to offer.
Reason 4: Saving money
Many full-time RVers find the less extra space they have, the less they feel compelled to buy things to fill it, which helps them save more money for their next adventure. Plus, RVing allows you to skip hotel stays and air travel costs.
Reason 5: Seeing the world
For some, the call of the wild can’t be ignored. A life of adventure speaks to them, and they answer by hitting the road full-time. There are few modes of travel that offer more flexibility, control, and independence than RVing, a perfect fit for adventurers young and old.