Are you and the family are headed out on vacation. Do you fly or drive?
How about a recreational vehicle? With RVs, you and your family can travel the country in style and comfort; almost as if you were taking your home with you. And if you’re worried about driving something so big, no need to be. RVs are just as easy to drive as a full-size pickup truck; with only backing up being a bit difficult.
If you’ve been thinking about taking an RV for your next vacation, but haven’t quite made up your mind yet, here’s the top reasons why RVs make the very best mode of transportation for family vacations.
No more worrying about cramped leg room, RVs provide you and your family (no matter how large) with all the leg room you need. If you’ve ever traveled with kids then you will be able to appreciate the fact that you won’t have to stop so everyone can stretch their legs every half hour. Not only that, but RVs have beds (and sometimes even separate bedrooms) built right in; so when the kids get cranky, they can take a nap in comfort.
No Need to Stop for Food
RVs have a kitchenette built right in, complete with refrigerator and stove. So instead of having to stop at restaurants and truck stops every few hours to eat, you’ll be able to just grab a sandwich or snack from your own refrigerator.
No Hotel Expenses
When you travel in RVs, you don’t have to worry about making hotel reservations, or finding a hotel with available rooms when you reach your destination. When you travel in a recreational vehicle, you carry your hotel with you wherever you go. Need to take a break from driving? Simply pull off the highway into any rest stop, and you’ve got a ready made hotel room, complete with bed and shower, to help you get refreshed for the next leg of your trip.
And Last But Not Least
Anyone who’s ever travel with a child (or four) will appreciate this, the most powerful reason to use RVs as your family’s mode of transportation – on board bathrooms! There’s nothing so familiar to a parent’s ears as the old “I gotta go!” that we hear so often on a road trip. With RVs that’s simply not an issue anymore, with an onboard bathroom that can be used even when rolling down the road!