If you are RVing full time cross country, you may want to think of a few negative things, however, some of these issues are fixed by money. Let me tell you in this article what those negative things are about living in an RV full time.
1. Hitting Stuff in Your Full Time RV
Sometimes, if you are not careful, you can smash up the RV. In our situation, we crashed into a gas tank.
That happened to us in Billings, Montana. My Dad was going forward and then the rear of it destroyed the gas tank. We had to pay the person that owned the store and gas station. That’s no fun.
2. RVing Full Time Could Be Costly
A lot of times, if you’re not cautious, money could be a issue, especially when paying for gasoline. Some times gasoline charges more than $150 to fill up the vehicle’s gas tank and you use gas a lot!
Our vehicle makes use of diesel and that is much more pricey.
Campgrounds may cost a whole lot too. Some cost you fifty dollars each day. So if you’re full time RVing, save your money!
3. Objects Breaks in an RV
If something breaks in your RV it really is a problem. At one time our awning broke in a wind storm in Wisconsin, so we have another person to repair it but it cost money. It cost over five hundred dollars to fix it.
The insurance plan covered most of it but we’d to pay for some money in any case, which truly stunk!
So my Parents suggest if you go RVing full time, make sure you get insurance plan for your own RV.
So RVing is loads of fun definitely, and I also enjoy it a lot, so much I might actually enjoy it more than staying at home at times. However, if you’re thinking about going cross-country in an RV, its necessary for you to know that there are bad stuff that happen also.
You need to try to make the best of these issues and just take care of all of them as best as you can.