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The Pros of RV Life

If you lean more toward a minimalist lifestyle and love to travel, an RV life may work for you–or not. In addition, you need to realize that living in a small truck camper or camper van requires that you know a bit of maintenance and tune-up to prolong its life and avoid major repairs. 

Here, we list some pros of RV life to help you decide if this lifestyle is right for you. 


RV Living Pros

More freedom 

Living in an RV allows you to travel and change locations whenever you want. Hence, it’s an excellent option for people who are not yet ready to settle down and want to explore new places and experiences. 

Life is almost like a vacation

An RV life generally suits wanderlusts who have telecommuting work arrangements. 

More time in nature 

Many people who have chosen this life are fed up with living in a concrete jungle. With a “home” always on the move, it’s possible to spend more time in nature–and doing it without losing their access to “comfort” like a warm shower and electricity. 

Different experiences

If you’re dead bored with your homogenous, predictable life, an RV life might be for you. By constantly traveling, you’ll see new places, experience new things, and above all, meet new people. 

RV is easy to sell 

With the growing popularity of the nomadic lifestyle, you will not find it difficult to sell your RV should you ever decide to settle down or rent/buy a home. 

It is generally easier to sell an RV in a larger city than a smaller town because buyers are not keen on traveling long distances just to inspect a camper that’s being sold. 

Related blogs: Why Live In An RV? RV parks and the benefits of stationary RV living

RV Living in Bakersfield | Southern California RV Parks

Are you planning to RV in California? Stop by Smoke Tree RV Park in Bakersfield and enjoy our paved 30/50-amp full hook-up site. Relax in our seasonal pool and be amazed by our well-maintained facilities.

Related blog: Smoke Tree: A Stunning RV Park in Bakersfield, CA

Send us a message, and we’ll see you soon. Drive safe.


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