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Sunday, June 4, 2017

RV Myths and Misconceptions

Above, at a turnout below Wolf Creek Pass in Colorado. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Many people have misconceptions on the "RV lifestyle" and RV travel in general. Most of these "myths" are either wrong or exaggerated.

Do It Yourself RV takes a look at six RV myths.

They begin with:
Spend any amount of time researching information about RVing and you’re bound to run into some common RV myths and misconceptions. For new RV owners, or those interested in pursuing an RV lifestyle, this can be problematic. These myths often lead people to make decisions based on information that simply isn’t accurate. 
To sort it all out and separate myth from fact, here are six widely-believed RV myths regarding the RV lifestyle and the truth behind them.
Above, The Beast at the Elk City (Oklahoma) KOA. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

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