Why the RV Is Old News

A classic image of luxury road travel is the RV.

Maybe you are driving down the interstate, cramped in a car for hours, and that monstrous RV lumbers up next to you. You can practically see the kids in the back of the RV sitting around a table, legs spread out, playing card games quietly, and not pestering you with questions about when you’ll get there. Just imagine how nice it would be to go on your favorite road trips without the aching joints and stiff legs. Too bad RVs are so large and expensive. You readjust in your cramped seat, crack your knuckles, and keep pushing on. Not everyone can live like the stars.

Fortunately, camper vans all of the benefits of having an RV and more, without the expense or hassle of owning something the size of a school bus.

Here are just five of the many reasons why a Class B camper van is a smarter buy:

1. Customizability.

Buyers looking to have the RV travel experience or replace their own lumbering RV should consider a camper van instead. Campers are self-contained and provide all the amenities of RV travel and then some. Class B campers offer users an unrivaled amount of customization that can be tailored to suit each customer’s specific needs.

Newer Class B camper vans also come with an array of entertainment options that can beat out an RV any day.

Many models for example come with a wide-range of high-tech electronics such as a 26-0inch LED, flat screen TV, blue ray DVD player, wireless headsets, surround sound, Ipod hookups, and a gaming outlet, to name a few. The best part is this state-of-the-art entertainment system can be paired with the reliability you need in a conversion van, so you can ride in safety and luxury.

Forget about the kids playing card games in the back, they’ll be too wrapped up with XBOX or another gaming consul.

Basically, camper vans can be tailored to suit every customer’s needs and desires, so have a detailed list of what you are looking for before you purchase a van.

2. Lower cost.

Despite all of the available customization, camper vans are generally cheaper than RVs. Not only can you get exactly what you want with a camper van, but you can get it for cheaper too!

Price varies depending on the amount of customization and which amenities are desired, but customers can choose used or new, and simple or luxurious to find a price that they are comfortable with.

The cost of securely storing an RV is an added expense that owners must pay. Since most owners are unable to properly store their RV at their homes, they can spend up to $450 a month when not on the road. And then there is the cost of cleaning and fixing an RV that has sat unused and unmaintained in storage.




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