RVing as an Option vs. Hotels

RVing as an Option vs. Hotels

by Ginger
(Tucson, AZ (homebase))

I travel as a consultant and stay months in one location, then I move on to the next. I'm seriously thinking of getting an RV or travel trailer - rather than staying in hotels.

I'd really appreciate any suggestions on the best manufacturers (Airstream is out of my price range), how to get started... and "everything you wanted to know" to move into this lifestyle. Any hints and/or any good books you could recommend would be most appreciated.

Comments for RVing as an Option vs. Hotels

Click here to add your own comments

Apr 22, 2011
Outback!
by: Anonymous

Hey sounds great to me! first of all, you can travel with all your amenities and comforts of your own home! Using your own dishes and decorate with a few pictures of loved ones. I recommend something that will hold up and something to handle almost any weather conditions would be a Keystone Outback. These have great insulation and are really well built! good luck and happy trails !

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to RV Q and A.