Say your close friend was buying their first RV. They had never owned one before. If you were standing next to them having a conversation, what would you tell them?
What this breaks down to is this: What’s the most valuable thing you’ve learned about RVing? Do you think the most valuable bit of information is in the buying process? Do you think it’s in the way you travel or where you sleep at night? Or do you think it’s something completely different?
It could be a gadget that’s helped you in countless ways. It could a piece of information that’s saved your life. It could be a quick tip. It could be about a brand or type of RV. It could be about solar panels. It could be about a recipe. It could be about roof leaks or smelly holding tanks. It could be ANYTHING.
Below, in the comments, please tell your friend (our audience) ONE thing you’d like them to know about RVing. Take some time and think about it first. What is the most valuable tidbit of information you’d tell someone about RVs or the lifestyle? If someone had told you this ONE thing before you had bought yours or set out on your first trip, how would it have affected your travels or buying process?
Thanks for taking the time to do this. We’ll compile your answers and put a resource for newbies together. Hey, you’ll probably get some great info out of it too!