100 Lessons Learned from a Decade Living in an RV
Made By: Travels with Ted
The RV Camping Experts
September 22nd, 2023
Bigger is not always better when it comes to RVs. Longer RVs are more difficult to drive, use more fuel and limit where you can stay.
Bigger Isn’t Always Better
Take it slow. By take it slow, I mean that RVers should literally drive slow and they should stay in one place for at least a few weeks.
Take it Slow
Full-time RVers always need to have some cash on hand during travel. We've driven through cash-only toll booths and remote gas stations where the credit card machine was down.
Always Have Some Cash
One of the first lessons we learned about RV living is that it isn’t (necessarily) cheap. While we no longer had a house payment, we had many new expenses.
RV Life Isn't Cheap
RV domicile refers to the place full time RVers legally define as their home, when they do not have an actual house that serves as their permanent home.
Domicile is Complicated
One RV life reality we were not prepared for was the amount of time RV repairs take. When our RV needed a new roof, the shortest time quoted was 2 months!
RV Repairs Can Take Months
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Founder of "Travels with Ted"
Full-time RVer since 2016
Traveler, dog owner, writer
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