From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
One topic that comes up a lot when fulltime RVers and wannabe RVers meet, and a question that I often get, is what size RV is best. There is no right or wrong answer to that question, because they don’t make a one size fits all recreational vehicle. Everybody’s needs, interests, capabilities, and budget are different, and what works for me or the folks in the next RV site may not be the right choice for you.
Many people just starting out think they need the biggest and best rig on the road, but that may not necessarily be true. Sometimes less is more.
We started fulltiming over sixteen years ago with a 36 foot gas powered motorhome and considered it a big rig at the time. These days we’re in a 40 foot diesel pusher, and they now make 42 and even 45 footers. But just because they are big doesn’t mean they are the right choice for you. Then again maybe something that size is the right fit. To each their own.
A big rig gives you lots of living space, usually plenty of storage, and lots of amenities that a smaller RV may not have. We’ve even been in a couple of motorhomes that have two bathrooms, dishwashers, and fireplaces! But do you really need all of that room and all of those extras? Maybe not.
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