From the bloggers at Good Life RV.
Can you live in your RV full-time? The answer is a definite ‘yes.’ As a matter of fact, next time you pull into your favorite campground, take a look around at some of the sites. Your eyes will be filled with full-timers that make their home in a wide variety of RVs, ranging from smaller travel trailers designed for one person to fully equipped, luxurious fifth wheels fit enough for a small family.
Full-timing is a lifestyle. It’s a lifestyle that many find liberating, but some find to be too much of a difference from their ‘normal’ life. You won’t have your own permanent yard, driveway or mailbox, even, but you will have your home. And since that home is on wheels, you’ll be able to move it when and wherever you want. But, will this be right for you? Here are some of the most common questions we hear on the lot when it comes to deciding if full-time RV living is a good choice for you.
Think about your current bills. They stack up quickly. Living in your RV full-time will simplify this quite a bit. You’ll trade your mortgage payments for RV payments, which will more likely be much cheaper and have shorter terms. The type of campsite you decide to spend your time at will be a factor in how much you spend monthly, too. Common sense dictates here. The more you pay, the more amenities you will probably have. Most campsites will offer electricity, sewer and water. Others offer cable tv, wireless internet and other onsite services.
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