|Above, the Billy Holcomb ECV Spring clampout "RV city" near Barstow. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
About 9-10 years ago, I hardly saw any RVs on the road.
Today, it is a different story.
According to CBS Tampa:
CBS Local — In the digital era with social media, online shopping and, eventually, driver-less cars, recreational vehicles (RVs) are surprisingly more popular than ever.
RV sales, which include any type of trailer and motorhome, are now at never-before-seen record levels, and their buyers are getting younger, CNNMoney reported.
About 430,000 RVs of all kinds were sold last year, marking a 15 percent increase from the previous year, according to the RV Industry Association. Sales have been steadily rising each year following a one-year decline in 2009, which has been attributed to the 2008 financial crisis.
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