Are you dreaming of an RV trip, but you have no experience, and idea where to start? Make sure to pay special attention to things that are covered below.
Buy or rent?
It’s not an easy decision, because let’s be honest – motorhome is a big investment. Many factors impact RV price, for example, features, manufacturer reputation, or age. In general, most motorhome prices begin at $100,000; however, it’s possible to get some cheaper models. Check over here to find some of them.
Driving a car is a no-brainer, but recreational vehicles are much bigger. It’s a good idea to take a practice drive once you have an RV. Get used to it, so during the trip, you won’t have problems with switching lanes, parking, etc.
Plan your journey
Of course, one of the greatest advantages of the RV trip is the freedom that they offer. However, you should still plan your journey and follow it. Make sure to create a budget and stick to it. Think of the places that you want to see and then figure out the best route and alternate options. If you plan wisely, you can save a significant amount of money on fuel.
Make a checklist
Packing for holidays can be stressful. There are tens of different things that you have to remember. That’s why it’s good to think about the organization, long before the journey starts. Write down a list of all the essential things that you’re going to need. This way, you can be sure that you don’t overlook anything important. If you need some inspiration, make sure to check out the infographic provided by Oaktree Motorhomes:
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