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Hi guys, we are new to RVing but are very enthusiastic. We are looking to buy our first RV and live in it full time. We heard people refer to it as “Full timing.” We’re hoping to get some tips from all the experienced folks out here and recommendations on selecting our first RV. At the moment, we don’t have a vehicle for the towing. To not be limited by the vehicle, we’re looking to decide on an RV and then buy the truck that best suit for towing it. After doing a research about the different options available, we came up with a list of features we need in an RV. RV requirements list: Budget $13,000 Travel trailer / Toy hauler Up to 30ft length Sleeps 2 minimum Queen bed Sitting area with a table Private sleeping area (area that can be close off) Ramp back door - preferable Kitchen i.e. refrigerator, range oven, microwave, sink etc Shower & toilet No expandable tent (hybrid) Awning 2 axles Any suggestions regarding make and models of RV based on those features and budget would be greatly appreciated!
Many SKPs have asked me to write an eBook about Healthcare & the RV Lifestyle (available at all major eBookstores). Those of you familiar with my books about the RV lifestyle, know I have been fulltiming for 19 years, so I have plenty of experience with issues on the road. Healthcare, though, caught me by surprise. I had no idea it was so complicated. There is a simple answer though, actually two answers, about how to ensure that no matter where you travel in the USA, you can have confidence that your coverage is there. This applies only to those of you entitled to Medicare. If that date is coming up for you, it is important that you know the plan ahead of time. It can save you quite a bit of money. Those of you under 65, however, have a more difficult situation. Unfortunately I cannot offer any suggestions there, but direct you to the Wheeling-It.com blog. I borrowed part of Nina's healthcare post for the introduction to my book so I could offer some direction to the younger set. Be well, Margo Armstrong Blog: MovingOnWithMargo.com Website: RVLifestyleExperts.com