If you’ve been wrestling with wanderlust (but aren't into pitching a tent), you’re not alone.
Enter the RV.
There’s certainly an appeal to this type of travel: the freedom, the flexibility, the slower pace. There’s also the fact that it doesn’t require hopping on a plane or sleeping in a hotel to reach your destination.
If the aspects of this kind of travel appeal to you, or if you want a new way to get outdoors and make family memories, perhaps an RV is in your future. But first-time buyers need to do their homework. And we’re here to help. Below, we break down what new RV owners should know before driving (or towing) their new “toy” off the lot. (And if you need RV insurance, we can help with that, too.)