What types of RVs are you most drawn to reading about? Perhaps if you own a fifth wheel, you stick to articles related to fifth wheels; the same goes for if you have a Class A or C motorhome.
This doesn’t just go for maintenance articles either. We mean funny stories, informational stories, RVs in the news, new RVs… everything!
You can select up to two answers in this poll, so please select the top two types you are most interested in. If type of RV doesn’t matter, you can select “I like reading about it all equally,” but we’d appreciate you narrowing it down to two if possible. As always, thanks for voting.
We have a class A DP, so that interests me. Additionally, a friend is interested in buying a truck camper, so that also interests me. I also have some interest in travel trailers because my cousin has one in which she and her husband regularly travel.
My wife wants our next to be a super C when ever we decide to upgrade.
I agree with this: I want to see more Super C and Mega C; not just those run-of-the-mill Sprinter conversion C’s (boring!).
last 2 were 5ers now looking for travel trailer
I started out tent camping, once had a WWII covered hammock, VW Camper, two Class Cs and a Class A. Now looking at Vans.
There are other sites for each kind of RV. There are other sites for travel blogs. RVTravel provides a balanced mix of topics. RVTravel. however, is the only place that I rely upon for real RV industry news and accurate info for RV systems – electric, tires, pets etc. Oh wow! the recent RV traveling songs is a blast from the past. Keep the mix.
Where does a 5th – wait for it please
Toyhauler fit in the choices? Other?
Using that logic they would have to add a Class A toy hauler as well as a Travel Trailer toy hauler. Just because it’s a toy hauler doesn’t mean it is a different class RV.
I like seeing and learning something about all types of rvs. I currently own a class A, but have owned almost all types of motorized units. Still never owned any type of trailerable unit. Maybe someday, who knows
i marked trailer and class C…but only interested in small, up to 25 ft.
I’ve had everything but a Class C and truck camper, I like all of them if they get me away from the hustle bustle of everyday life. Of course now that retirement is here there’s not so much of that anymore.
To me it is not about type of RV. Good travel stories, expert maintenance or feature information as provided by Dave S, Mike S, or Roger M, are of interest. Various RV news stories like NPS not taking cash, implementing timed entry, etc. that affect most everyone are of value. I also miss READING an RV review by a qualified reviewer who was also funny. I can go to YouTube and search “RV Review” and be drowned in “Influencer” (the term makes me shudder) reviews by people that know close to nothing.
I agree with you Spike
We started with a popup and finally settled on a travel trailer that my wife researched for about 3 months. I would like to find a company that will allow you to design your own layout and design.
I like the articles on new innovation on any type and always the unusual, vintage and quirky ones.
Given the love/hate relationship so many RV folks talk about now concerning campgrounds my interest lies with RV’s, trucks and trailers that are geared towards Boondocking and the fun and challenges it presents.
I always wondered those that own class A’s/B’s or C’s think their better than those owning 5er’s/TT or Pop Ups. Sometime you get that vibes. I think all RVs are purchased on what’s affordable, needs and set ups, size. Just wondering.
Many of us, I am sure, have owned both towable and motorized and don’t think anything at all about what others are using. I’m sure there are “snobs” in RVing just like any other area of life, but I doubt it is common.
I have had tents, TT’s, a 5er, a class C, two class A gas, and three DPs. My oldest daughter’s family has a popup they’ve used for 18 years now.
As I now sit in my complex 43′ Newmar and look out over a campground full of much simpler, easier to maintain, and lower cost towables, or smaller more maneuverable B’s & C’s, I tend to think about how much smarter those folks are than I am!!! 🙂
Well, we are now running a Class B. Have had tent and trailer. The B fits us just right. In a B I HAVE to look UP to most other modes of RVing – especially As and 5ths – they are tall. As friendly campers, I recall at least 3 times that we have had older couples, like ourselves (that is hard to admit), stop and talk about our B and ask questions and we just open up and show them. They think that maybe they are ready to downsize and seemed to be surprised that there is a full bed, kitchen, AND bathroom!. Different strokes for different folks at different times in their lives. People who look down on others just get sore necks. People who look up see the stars.
So philosophical, Kelly. But very true. Thanks. Have a good night. 😀 –Diane
Ha! And I took that sophomore philosophy as an elective just to fill out my schedule.
Well, you were obviously paying attention in class.👍 Take care, Kelly. 😀 –Diane
I have my Class A and have no intention to replace it so I really am not interested in any articles about new RVs. Articles about Up-grades, Maintenance, places to stay, interesting sites and Museums and places to avoid are all fair game for me.
I miss Tony’s RV reviews