I interview Mike Boyink of Ditching Suburbia and talk about small motorhome van life, downsizing, and tips for those considering purchasing a new or used Class B.
Welcome to the eighth episode of “The RVing Life Show”, where I interview Kimberly Travaglino of Fulltime Families, the author of “How to Hit the Road”, a comprehensive step-by-step guide for making your family’s full time RV dreams a reality. If you are thinking of traveling a long distance in your RV, you came to the right place.
Tips on identifying which RV will be the best for your family in the longrun.
Tips to go about searching and locating the RV fit for your family.
Extra advice for parents shopping for an RV for the whole family.
.Fun Family RVing Stories
Greg’s inside scoop from 17 years, visiting hundreds of dealerships, and 130+ RV Show appearances make him a perfect candidate to look to when trying to learn about RV Dealership “Trustworthyness”.
Learn Paul Kortman’s insights on finding the best RV for a family. He reveals Awesome insights into buying an RV for traveling with a young family.. How time and organization are critical to successfully buying the right RV. Great overall insight from a well traveled RVer.
What were the questions, topics? Who brought it up first?
What are some questions couples need to ask themselves when deciding which RVs to consider?
How did your questions and focus change over the course of buying many different RVs?
Any advice for other couples to find the silver lining between couples and this decision?
Welcome to the third episode of “The RVing Life Show”, where I interview Alan Sills of RVAcrossAmerica.net. Alan is a full-time traveler, living in a fifth wheel since 2011. A science educator at heart, now a traveler, ski instructor, and rv consultant. He writes about the RV life, RV issues, and living an entrepreneurial lifestyle on RV Across America.
Welcome to the second episode of “The RVing Life Show”, where I interview Michael Vallen of NomadMotorLodge.com and learn his perspective on buying and fixing RVs. He has years of experience being the ‘do it yourselfer’ when it comes to buying used rvs and restoring them.
Why trial and error will cost you thousands and a ton of a headache.
Buying a house and choosing an RV are VERY different.
What to expect buying a ‘house on wheels.
Can I repair it myself or does a service center need to do it?
Is renting first, before you buy, worth the time and effort?
Campgroundviews.com provides photos and video tours to see before you reserve.
Here are some critical questions and answers you should know ahead of time… As you narrow choices and begin shopping for a ‘good deal’ it can be easy to spot a lower price on an RV for sale that is hundreds of miles away from you.