From the bloggers at RV Travel.
Many RVers swear the lifestyle actually improves their health. And there is something to be said about less stress, a change of scenery, fresh air and sunshine — all of which are associated with RVing. Nevertheless, RVing is not a magic elixir of life and, face it, something is pretty likely to happen sometime that requires doctoring.
Anymore, “going bare” or living without health insurance is risky business. We’ll assume that most of you have health insurance, or are contemplating getting into a plan. Here’s what you need to look for when you’re an RV traveler.
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