Are there any others who have lived fulltime in an rv in this group???
I found that living on the road was actually cheaper than living in a house but health issues dictated that we had to give it up. We did it for about 5 years. The only utility bill we had was our cell phone and I stayed connected to the internet for $4.99 a month-try that now. We belonged to several camping clubs and our average for camping fees was $10 a nite on an annual basis.
The biggest bite to the budget was maintenance and repairs to the motorhome which we never knew till it hit us. Try buying 6 huge tires-costs about $400 each!
We bought seasonal fruits and veggies as we traveled and cooked most of our own meals so no bigger expense than living in a house.
We have been to many national parks and entry was free with a Golden Age Passport that cost just $10 for life.
We would travel to a location, spend about 2-4 weeks going in our car to see the sights and then move on so fuel was an expense, but manageable-however with the price of diesel today it would be about double what we were paying then.
Anyone out there who has also done this or giving it a thought for the future????
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