A mix of freedom and adventure, recreational vehicle life is fabulous. But there are many aspects that can be improved, to make your RV life even funnier. Looking back on the miles we drove in the first year, neither of us can imagine doing it by ourselves. Unless you don’t have plans to move very often or for long distances at a time, it’s good to share the drive. Whenever I pull up to a campground, the neighbors always stop by and say to Joe “I wish my wife drove.” If you’re not comfortable driving an RV, there are driving classes available. The more you drive, the more confidence you will have. Before you know it, you’ll be thinking to yourself “this is a piece of cake”. You might even start looking forward to taking your turn behind the wheel.
You cannot start any project without having a budget in mind. You should sit and create a budget for your daily life in the RV. When making your budget, you should avoid any extravagant expenses. You can research online and find other RVers who have a similar lifestyle to yours. They can guide you on what to include in your budget. RV security system pick : Reolink Argus Wireless Motorhome Security Camera: While the first two products for RV security are alarm systems, this is a security camera. The good thing is that it is wireless and powered by standard lithium batteries. This means you will not have wires flying all around. Plus, it doesn’t matter if there is a power problem; your RV is still protected. Also, the batteries can last for about 180 days without replacement. That is 6 months of effective HD camera performance for your RV’s protection.
If you’re anything like us, there will probably be some days when you’re ready to throw up your hands and declare that all this work preparing for life on the road just isn’t worth it. To combat this, it helps to create a vision board. A vision board can help you reach your goals, and help you stay motivated when things get tough. To make one, simply cut out pictures from magazines, or print off pictures from the Internet, that illustrate what you want life on the road to look like, and make a collage on a large piece of poster board. For example, you could put up a picture of the camper you’ve chosen. You could cut out pictures of a national park you’ve always dreamed of visiting or put up pictures of family that you want to visit. Whatever makes you happy and excited about living life on the road should go up on the board. Again, the vision board will help remind you why you’re doing this, which will help on those days when you’re feeling overwhelmed.
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RV parking advices : We use two-way radios to give us a way to talk to each other and to lessen the impact if I inadvertently end up in a position where Mark can’t see me in the rearview mirror. We use the longest distance radios we can get, to make sure the signal is decent. Right now we have 36 mile GMRS radios, which are realistically good to about 3-5 miles. We used these on our boat (a godsend when anchoring) and we’ve used them ever since we started RVing. We’ve gone through three sets so far, because the salt air ate up two pairs during our cruising years.