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How to Choose Which Type of RV is Best for You?

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There is a bewidlering array of RV types on the market, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. In this video we discuss how to narrow down the field so that you end up buying what is best for you right from the beggining!

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Chris Brousseau • 4 дня назад
Thank you Bob! Awesome video & Info!! :)
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Nancy M • 5 дней назад
I can't imagine a worse scenario than a travel trailer with you asleep and someone breaks into your car/truck and drives off with you in the tin can in the back :)
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david gherardi • 9 дней назад
Another brilliant video Bob. Very strict rules and regulations on RV/travel trailer living and vacations here in Ireland, which is very expensive. America way of life sounds fantastic and freedom in RV / travel trailer living and vacations.
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Mishawaka Post • 11 дней назад
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Joe Blank • 1 месяц назад
The best thing I did was trade in our traditional box style rv ( 17 ft ) for a teardrop , soooo much simpler and less expensive to maintain and haul down the road .
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Donald Anderson • 2 месяца назад
verry good over all on campers i am still set on class c we well be going boondocking and look at every 2 weeks we need to dump the tanks and get water and food so going to town every 2 week and fuel once every 2 weeks is our way to go thank you donnie
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Jerry Palmer • 3 месяца назад
I drive a tractor and trailer for a living and I bought a 40-foot bus to convert
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T West • 3 месяца назад
Thank you Bob! and thanks to each of your guests for sharing their stories, I am in the middle of a bad case of analysis paralysis but gratefully I have a year before I make my final choice, until then save me a hot dog and a few marshmallows Bob!
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Autumnskyes • 4 месяца назад
SO glad I came across this video.
Ok here's where I'm at. I could be happy sleeping in my suburban. Even though I know she's an older low gear towing vehicle I know she could get me into some awesome areas off road. Unfortunately my husband has had several back surgeries... has over $35K in titanium holding his back, hip and shoulder together. I want to get us into this cheaper nomad lifestyle for his own good. The man is 47 years old and lives in constant pain and has to do hard cash jobs because our fixed incomes are taken up by even the cheapest rents and utilities. Not to even mention health costs.
We've been back and forth as to the type of rig to get. We love to be away from people... well... in town living... we do enjoy social gatherings but mostly we like living by our own rules and enjoying the nature one sees by going off the beaten path. However being practicle we have to consider my husband's injuries. and being sure he can sleep on a bed and have access to a shower/ toilet that he can use.
We are trying to decide on either a Class C or a Class A. knowing now that there are "gives and takes" with any rig certainly makes for interesting conversations...I know he wouldn't be happy boondocking in a Walmart parking lot but realizing that the rig he needs to be able to be comfortable in long term on the road living I feel will be the deciding factor.
again... thank you for the video.
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BAMA WOODSMAN • 4 месяца назад
A travel trailer worked best for me. Especially since I already had a newer full size 4x4 truck to pull it. If I want to go deeper into the back country and can't make it pulling the trailer I park it somewhere and sleep in the camper shell of the truck. I've thought about bringing my old Yamaha Enduro. I just can't live full time in something where I have to go outside to change my mind.
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Andrea Wisner • 4 месяца назад
Totally left out school buses, shuttle buses and box trucks. I'm sure I want one of them.
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Fritz Grimm • 5 месяцев назад
I love charts. This chart, at 12:30 was very helpful for me. Thanks so much!
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Greg Dimas • 5 месяцев назад
Has anyone ever considered the way overlanders do it... tent mounted on top of SUV, or truck?
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJSHfhZHP8-iChAVCrXWTyA
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Greg White • 5 месяцев назад
I thought a van was a class B?
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SUPERNOVA • 6 месяцев назад
Class A is the worst? LOL They are the only RV's you can get that are actually built on a bus chassis that will virtually last forever, and with a diesel pusher it's about the best RV money can buy!
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kimberly Rousseau • 6 месяцев назад
I’m looking at a 31ft class c. Drivability not good he said I’ll just have to drive and see
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Nonna Dee • 6 месяцев назад
I thought a Prius was a small hybrid car...do they have a camper also
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CheapRVliving • 6 месяцев назад
They are a small hybrid car...BUT. people still LIVE in them!! Now that's a truly tiny house! They get up to 50 MPG, and you can run the air conditioner and an inverter off the drive battery virtually for free. It's 9 feet from the back hatch to the dash on the passenger side. Of course you live OUT of them, not IN them, but some people love them.
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Nonna Dee • 6 месяцев назад
Some of the truck campers they have now are amazing...with slides etc
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Nonna Dee • 6 месяцев назад
This is just fascinating to me...I had no idea how many people were doing this...I think it would be great fun to try. Not sure my hubby would go for that tho...
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K W • 6 месяцев назад
Fantastic advice on how to start thinking seriously about what kind of rig to invest & live in. Great advice Bob. Thx for sharing!
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