1. What kind of vacationers are you?
There are many types of vacationers, and RV travel may not be suitable for everyone. If you like meeting new people and socializing with your neighbors, the RV vacation is for you! On the other hand, if you are planning an intimate getaway to spend time with your partner or family, you will appreciate more a stay in a more isolated chalet or condo by the water.
2. Do you like to take the road?
Traveling by RV usually means long journeys on the road. And who says traveling in VR sometimes says road incidents, course errors, mechanical breakdowns, and other unforeseen events.
3. Can your automobile pull a trailer?
The answer to this question will inevitably guide your decision on whether or not to purchase an RV. The pulling force of your car will lead you to consider or eliminate certain types of RVs.
If you are looking for a towed vehicle, you will need to have an automobile powerful enough to tow it. That said, more and more trailers are being made more compact and lightweight to be pulled by most SUVs.
Otherwise, you can always opt for a motorized RV. Different choices are available to you!
4. Have you thought about the interview?
Having an RV means enjoying great freedom in your travels and the choice of your destinations. But it also involves certain responsibilities.
5. Are you ready for adventure?
The adventure is waiting for you with an RV! You can leave at a time that suits you and stop as often as you want to eat or admire the scenery. You have more space than by car to bring your luggage, your food as well as your bikes or mountain bikes. In short, traveling by RV provides a beautiful feeling of freedom that we would like to extend over and over again.
That said, the RV adventure also involves some research to make sure your campsite has all the services you need (water, electricity, sewers, laundry, internet, etc.). It is also necessary to check what the maximum length of RV accepted is. Same thing for your dog: is it allowed on the campsite? Several questions should be asked before you hit the road with your RV. This will avoid unpleasant surprises and allow you to fully enjoy your vacation.
And you, what motivated your decision to buy an RV? What questions influenced your choice? Do you have any advice for new RV owners?