Thursday, November 30, 2023


Do you drive or tow your RV?

Do you drive an RV — a motorhome or truck camper, for instance? Or do you tow your RV — a travel trailer or fifth wheeler?

Let us know if you’re driving that rig of yours or pulling it. Curious minds want to know.

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Chuck Woodbury
Chuck Woodbury
I'm the founder and publisher of I've been a writer and publisher for most of my adult life, and spent a total of at least a half-dozen years of that time traveling the USA and Canada in a motorhome.



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Ken (@guest_262996)
1 day ago

I’m with Mitzi.
Love my 16ft Casita.
A little big for one Old Guy.
A little small when DW comes along.
A pleasant compromise.
Just like a successful marriage.
15-16 MPG , 2014 RX350

Mitzi Agnew Giles and Ed Giles (@guest_262963)
1 day ago

I feel that towing my 17 ft lightweight molded fiberglass trailer is more economical than driving a motorhome. Plus can leave the trailer behind when taking day trips, and I don’t have to worry about what to do with the pets-they stay with the trailer.

Summrbrz (@guest_45461)
4 years ago

Never desired a towable. The whole idea of not having access to the unit while driving was a problem. If overnighting at a rest stop
(or a Walmart) you park, close curtains and you’re in your living space. Driving a huge truck around town also does not appeal to me. But, I do realize there are a great deal of folks who prefer the towables.

Phillip Burdine (@guest_34528)
5 years ago

Tow a 28 ft. Wildcat Maxx with a F350 Crewcab Long Bed. After retiring from the military, drove big rig for several years. I prefer seeing a trailer in my rear view.

Steve (@guest_34402)
5 years ago

Weekend Warrior pulled by F250 Diesel. Just bought it. Plan on using first time later this year

Linda Ward (@guest_34373)
5 years ago

We tow our 40 foot Sabre 5th wheel with our F350 long bed crew cab! Both are very comfortable!

Dee (@guest_34366)
5 years ago

I find staying at a Harvest Host location can cost is more than a night in a campground. With being “expected” to purchase something from the host. Hardly free.

Anthony Vinson (@guest_34359)
5 years ago

F250 (Lewis) + Keystone Cougar TT (Clarke). Camped in AL.×15, MS.×6, LA.×2, KY., TN.×2, MO., FL.×2, GA.×2, PA.×2, ME.×3, NY.×2, MA.×2, NH., AR.×2, WV., Nova Scotia, Newfoundland×2.

Ed (@guest_34300)
5 years ago

Both, have a Motor Home and Pick-up with Travel Trailer depending on the mood.

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