13 of the Worst Things About  Full-Time RV Living

Every day the Internet sprouts countless blogs, YouTube videos, and Instagram posts touting the magnificence of RV living.

There are many benefits to living in an RV, but what about the downsides? You have to dig a little deeper into these social media profiles to find the downsides of full-time RV life.

Today, we’re going to spill the beans on the dark side of RV living. Read on!

We all have laundry. Every day there’s more laundry. If we toss in a load, there’s less laundry. But when you live on the road, “tossing in a load” is not so simple! 

Laundry Day


Vehicle parts wear out faster, house parts come loose or fall apart, and there’s always a maintenance issue to tend to.

Constant Maintenance 


Showering in a stall where scores of strangers have showered before doesn’t hold the allure of a private home shower!

Tiny RV Showers and Scary Campground Bathrooms


Humans are social beings, and community is an integral part of thriving. Living on the road poses challenges on that front, especially for lone travelers.

Loneliness and Lack of Community 


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