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Vacations that won’t break the bank. (Speed limit? That’s on you.)

RVing is more affordable than you might think

RV vacations cost much less than other types of vacation travel, even when factoring in fuel prices and the cost of RV ownership. Check out how RV travel can be more economical than other types of vacations.

Many RV models allow a family of four to save up to 64% on vacation costs over other forms of travel and traditional vacations
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20% - 43% less than comparable car/hotel vacation
34% - 53% less than comparable air/hotel vacation
23-46% less than comparable air/rental home or condo vacation

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Recharge and Refresh

Put the spontaneity back into romantic getaways

From motorized RVs to lightweight trailers, RV travel is significantly cheaper than a traditional vacation option for couples trying to get away from it all! Because basic necessities are kept in your RV, you can hit the road for spur-of-the-moment getaways when the urge for couple-time strikes. Sleep in. Stay an extra day. Take a detour on a whim. You’re in charge of your schedule, so do whatever your heart desires.

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21-50% less than comparable car/hotel vacation
43-64% less than comparable air/hotel vacation
28-54% less than comparable air/rental home or condo vacation

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You can't put a price on the memories.

Epic road trips and unforgettable vacations within reach.

From lightweight trailers to motorhomes, RV travel is significantly cheaper than a traditional vacation option and more memorable! RVs are a great way to save on family travel, and RV ownership provides benefits that go well beyond affordability. To take an RV trip is to experience togetherness with family along with the flexibility to travel whenever and wherever you want.

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Go RVing all year long

The Puglisi family spend 60-70 nights per year traveling in their RV. From hiking to playing on the beach and cooking lobster around the campfire, they enjoy magical moments all year long while making memories that will last a lifetime.

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Buying an RV

If you’re the type of person who wants to take charge of your schedule, then an RV is a great match. You’re in the driver’s seat, literally – you decide when and where you go, and for how long.

New models with the latest innovations make vacations comfortable and convenient. Pricing incentives often put the newest models within budget reach. Additionally, RV loans can be extended for up to 20 years to keep payments within budget. For many owners, RVs qualify as a second home for tax purposes, and the loan interest may be tax-deductible.

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Renting an RV

There’s no better way to try before you buy than by renting an RV. Many people rent RVs simply for a change of pace by taking an RV trip to a special event or destination.

You can rent near home and journey to your final destination, or fly and pick up your RV at the other end. National chain outlets and local RV dealerships rent RVs, including state-of-the-art, late-model-year units. A growing number of campgrounds offer on-site RV rentals as well. Most RV rental companies offer housekeeping packages (dishes, pots, pans, bed linens, etc.) for a nominal fee, or you can bring your own.

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Planning for Fixed Expenses

Your gas bill will be higher if you are towing a travel trailer or driving a motorhome. Research by Go RVing and the RV Industry Association shows that when fuel prices are higher, RVers save on fuel costs by driving fewer miles, taking trips closer to home, and staying longer in one destination. For a 2-4 person travel party, fuel prices would still need to rise significantly (from between $5.50 to more than $13 per gallon depending on RV type) from current levels for RVing to lose its economic advantage. If gas prices are a significant concern for you, pay close attention to the weight of the rig you are purchasing and plan to take trips closer to home for longer periods of time.

Budget Tips

With new RVs costing anywhere from $9,000 to $140,000 on average, this is the most important place to manage your costs. If you are financing, divide your total yearly payment by how many nights you plan on traveling. This will help you measure the value of your investment. This number should be far lower than what you would personally spend on a hotel room or vacation home. However, some people are willing to spend more because of all the benefits of RV travel.

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There are annual maintenance costs for your RV, and it is important to plan for them before you make a purchase. Price out winterizing and de-winterizing, along with basic service prices at your RV dealership. Remember that the cost of maintaining a motorized unit versus a towable will vary greatly so do your research! You’ll also want to price out storage if you can’t keep your RV in your sticks and bricks driveway. That cost will vary depending on where you live.

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Other Expenses

Campground Fees
Insurance
Groceries and Restaurants
Entertainment
Internet
Sightseeing Excursions
Household Items
Storage location for your RV if you can't keep it at your home

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