Assess Your Personal Tendencies
- Creature Comforts: Make a list of your must-have features and the luxuries you aren't willing to sacrifice in exchange for the RV lifestyle.
- Space and Storage: Do you need a walk-in closet or will a wardrobe do just fine? Estimate your space requirements and an appropriate square footage for what you can comfortably live in. (Remember: there are a lot of creative ways to save space in your RV!)
Consider Your Tow Vehicle
Anticipate Your Traveling Preferences
- Places You'll Stay: The length of your RV may very well dictate the places you can stay. Decide on whether you plan on frequenting luxury RV resorts or rustic campgrounds. Primitive or remote campsites will call for a smaller-sized rig than five-star parks.
- Where You'll Visit: Think about the climate and the landscape of the places you intend to go. Do you foresee drives up winding mountain ranges? Then make sure your rig has the moxie for it! Heading to colder temperatures? Better add-on that insulation package!
Know Your Options
There are a wide range of RV types, brands, and floor plans to pick from. While this can make choosing the perfect RV for full-timing seem more complicated, it also guarantees that there is a unit out there that meets all your unique needs! Find out what options are available below: Motorhomes