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If you are tired of waking up each morning and wondering how much work you have to do around the house - and how you will pay for it - you may be ready to consider living a full-time life of luxury in an RV. You can buy your own RV for a fraction of the cost of a traditional home and get out on the road, exploring everything life has to offer.

This guide will help you determine which RV is best for you and your needs, as well as teach you how to inspect an RV to see if it is roadworthy. Where will you live? The possibilities are really endless, but you will learn about some of your options here. What about money? Again, this guide covers everything you need to know about pulling an income from your life on the road. Living the RV lifestyle is a way of life many people are quickly embracing. It is economical and you won't have to worry about cutting the lawn every Sunday or paying crazy real estate taxes. When you are tired of a particular neighbor or the scenery, you can pick up, move, and head for greener pastures, if you so desire!

©2014 Steve Plant (P)2015 Steve Plant

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  • Catherine
  • Greensboro, NC United States
  • 10-08-17

Superficial

This presents a very superficial and almost naïve description of boondocking. There was no discussion of the need for, much less methods of resource conservation (water, electricity, propane). The assumption that everyone will have a generator is inaccurate and could leave someone stranded if they were not knowledgeable about how to manage their batteries. The opinion that more electronic gadgets are better (power awning, power steps, automatic levelers, etc.) is almost laughable when discussing boondocking since you want to conserve energy for essentials. More gadgets do not make for a "simple, stress-fee motorhome lifestyle." The authors guidelines for boondocking seem most appropriate for a night or two in a Walmart parking lot in a large motorhome.

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Good information

Good information and overview of the RV lifestyle. Get this to get an overview of RV Boondocking and determine if you want to learn more. Although short in length it contains much good practical information and advice. It delivers what is promised in the title and description.

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Excellent review for Beginners. Covers all the basics you Need to know. Take the Time to listen and Save time in the future.