New Series! RVing for Newbies – Episode 1: Everything You Need to Know About RV Types

Welcome to the first episode of our RVing for Newbies series! We spent the last 20 months living and traveling fulltime in an RV and prior to that knew absolutely nothing about RVs or the RV Life.

We made the decision to go full time in August 2017 and by Thanksgiving that year had sold everything and moved into a Grand Design Reflection 312BHTS. You can see all about our travels in the older videos on our channel, so what this series is going to focus on is all the things we wish we knew back when we were RV Newbies two years ago.

First up, we’re going to start WAY at the beginning. There are a lot of different types of RVs on the market, but what’s right for your situation and your family?

Whether you’re looking to RV on weekends and holidays or you want to go full time, knowing all the different styles of motorhomes and trailers that are out there is absolutely the first thing you need to know. So let’s get to it!

Now that you know (almost) everything you need to know about the different types of RVs you’re ready to start visiting local dealerships, attending RV shows, and poking around online for your first (or next) rig! In our next episode we’re taking a deep dive into how shopping for an RV works. We’ve been in literally hundreds of RVs and we’re going to share what to look for (and look out for), how buying at a dealership works vs. private sales, and how to stay focused on the features and amenities that matter to you.

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  • Emil Gurau


    I want to by a Forest River Sunseeker 3250 (bunkhouse Class C). Do you have experience with them? Are they reliable and is quality good? or should I look at a different model?

    I have 4 kids and need a bunkhouse. No truck or SUV that can pull a trailer. Maybe in the future. Thanks in advance and Merry Christmas.

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