From the bloggers at Guaranty.com.
Last week we talked about fuel efficiency and your next RV purchase. Obviously there is more to consider than just how many miles per gallon you’ll get—it’s important to think about your unique lifestyle, how one floor plan may work better for you than another, how much flexibility you need in terms of space, how you plan to use your RV, etc. This week we’re going to continue our discussion by looking at different types of RVs in terms of getting the best possible MPG.
Pop-up (or folding) campers: The ultimate in affordability and fuel efficiency
Pop-up campers are popular among RVers for all kinds of reasons: you can tow them behind mid-sized vehicles (no pickup required), they can accommodate up to 10 people, and they’re handy to store when you’re not using them. New models are also a breeze to put up and take down. And best of all, because they’re lightweight and can be towed by fuel efficient vehicles, they’re the ultimate fuel economy RV, so it’s pretty much a win-win. Folding campers are a particularly great option for families who want to get close to nature, but appreciate the availability of a comfortable bed, hot water, and a refrigerator.
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