Prospective RVer with Questions
Laurie, a prospective working RVer
What is the best RV to buy for full timing on a budget? I want to hit the road and be a full time RVer and be able to give massages, be a life and relationship coach, and share a fantastic water system for your RV.
I only want to spend about $37,000.00, and I'm curious if anyone has the 2010 Dutchmen, Dutchmen40FPL-DSL Travel Trailer. I'm looking to haul it with a Volvo v70 3.2 wagon.
If anyone can advise me on any of these things, from the car I want to haul, the trailer I want to get, or the jobs I want to do, I would appreciate any feedback.Coleen, the working while RVing editor replies:
Laurie, I don't have experience with the specific RV that you mention. Maybe someone else will share their opinion about that.
In general, I'd say the best RV for someone on a budget is one that you can afford to pay for in full. That may mean a used one. It may mean one that isn't necessarily thought of as a full-timer's unit. Just starting out, there's no way for you to know what kind of RV you'll need or want for your life as a working RVers. Chances are good that the rig you start with isn't going to be the rig you want to keep. Starting with a less expensive one makes it easier to make the changes you find you want or need.
One thing I have seen over and over again in recreational vehicles is that the cost of the RV does not equate to the quality of the RV.Go to the Workers On Wheels Work for RVers and Campers blog.