Quitting RV Life Is Harder Than Ever

Over the last several years, we’ve seen large numbers of individuals and families embracing RV life. Many see the adventures of others and want to experience them for themselves.

However, trends typically swing back and forth like the pendulum on a grandfather clock, and it’s only a matter of time before RV life isn’t trendy.

Here, we’re sharing some trends in the RV community and why quitting RV life is harder than ever.

When RVers throw in the towel, it typically results from one of several reasons. Let’s take a look at why people are quitting RV life.

Why Are People Quitting RV Life?

The last thing an RVer wants is to jam their RV between two others and have minimal space to enjoy.

1. Crowded Campgrounds

Some of the best free camping spots have become day-use-only locations. This means staying the night or multiple nights is no longer possible.

2. Less Free Camping

Pulling through the fuel pump can be a painful experience. As a result, many simply can no longer afford the lifestyle due to the increased fuel cost.

3. Increased Fuel Costs

Every penny you spend on gear and supplies is less money you have to spend on your adventures.

4. Camping Gear Is More Expensive

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