Saturday, June 3, 2023


What does it cost to RV full-time? Advice from a robot

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Are you curious about the cost of living in an RV full-time? It can be a bit difficult to estimate, because there are so many variables involved. But we can give you a general idea of what to expect. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the major costs associated with RV travel, as well as some tips on how to keep your expenses down. So if you’re thinking about making the switch to full-time RV living, read on!

The first cost you’ll need to consider is the cost of your RV itself. Depending on the type and size of RV you choose, this can range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. Of course, you can always find used RVs for sale if you’re on a budget. But keep in mind that older RVs may not have all the bells and whistles of newer models, and they may require more maintenance.

Once you’ve purchased your RV, you’ll need to pay for a place to park it. If you plan to travel often, you might want to invest in an RV spot at a campground or RV park. This will give you a place to hook up your RV and access to amenities like showers, laundry facilities, and picnic areas. The cost of an RV spot will vary depending on the location and amenities, but it’s typically around $30-50 per night.

If you plan to stay in one place for a longer period of time, you can always rent or lease land from a private owner. This is often cheaper than renting an RV spot, but it does require more work on your part. You’ll need to find a place to park your RV, hook up utilities, and perhaps even build a small deck or patio. But if you’re up for the challenge, it can be a great way to save money.

Of course, the biggest cost of RV living is gas. RVs can be very fuel-efficient, but they still use a lot more gas than a standard car. You can expect to spend around $200 per month on gas, depending on how much you travel. But if you plan your trips carefully and take advantage of free camping opportunities, you can greatly reduce this cost.

There are many other costs associated with RV living, but these are some of the major ones. With a little planning and research, you can find ways to save money on all of them. And remember, the cost of living in an RV is often offset by the freedom and flexibility it provides. So if you’re ready to hit the open road, don’t let the cost deter you!

Do you have any tips for saving money while living in an RV? Share them in the comments below! And if you’re thinking about making the switch to full-time RV living, be sure to check out our other blog posts for more information. We cover everything from finding the perfect RV to budgeting for your new lifestyle. So whether you’re a seasoned RVer or a total beginner, we’ve got you covered.

Happy travels!


Copyright 2022 by R.L. Crabb

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