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  1. Hello, I became a full-timer in July and am about to head southwest in a couple of weeks. I drive a 32 ft Class A and have a Toyota Camry. I am trying to decide if I leave my car in cold and snowy WI and purchase a Moped type scooter or if I purchase the dolly to tow my car. May I please have opinions as to the pros and cons of each? Thanks!
  2. We talk a lot about much digital advances have made it easier to work remotely than ever before. But we should also acknowledge the need to truly minimize by not towing a vehicle behind your motorhome. High-quality yet affordable scooters, mountain bikes, electric bicycles... there are so many options instead of a tow vehicle. We personally were going to get electric bikes, but my wife preferred having a hybrid bike instead. So I use my e-bike to make any quick trips...otherwise, we bike together, and I just lay off the throttle. We traveled up to 32mi in Tucson alone, and it was a great trip. We just blogged about our success so far not having a toad. I'm wondering if anyone out there shares our sentiment about not using a tow vehicle. If you're preparing a road trip and are on the fence, listen to folks who are surviving without tow vehicles!
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