Living Fulltime In An RV
By RV Stuff - Ron Jones
Think about fulltiming—how you approach the idea, research it, estimate costs, what you need and don’t need, and how you do those normal daily things even though you will be (mostly) mobile—with no fixed physical location unless you choose to be a snowbird and stay in one place for several months. When you’re ready to take the big step and actually fulltime, you need to read the finest complete book ever written about how to Fulltime—”Fulltiming for New and Used RVers.” You will learn tons of information to help you prevent mistakes during the transition and after you begin. This book will also help you get ready to go.
Being a homeowner means sleeping all night in a house, getting up, dressing in clothes you bought for work, then driving a car you are still paying for through traffic just to get to the job you must have to pay for the clothes, the car, and the house you leave vacant all day so you can afford to live in it.
I recommend you go through my website first… aboutrving.com. The most current information will be there and the most detailed information will be in my book.