Right now, you can get RV insurance that covers your camper van conversion and personal belongings by meeting one qualification.
One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is: “How much does van life cost?” We’re going to give you a run-down of three van lifers with different backgrounds making it work on the road. We hope this will help give you a reference point for how finances can be managed living in a van.
When we decided to move into a van for the first time, we weren’t really sure what to expect. Bugs, poor internet service, and mechanical issues were some of the biggest problems we faced. On the other hand, many things turned out to be easier than we had planned.
These parks are overcrowded, unimpressive, and not worth your time. Our top 5 National Parks to avoid and where to go instead.
Choose van life vs rv life for better gas mileage, more parking options, free camping, and smaller families. An RV has more storage and amenities.
“So I have to ask… where do you go to the bathroom?” This is the number one question asked by friends after we give them a tour of the van. It was also our biggest concern before moving in. Luckily, we've been on the road for over a year now and finding bathrooms has never been an issue.
Money, relationship issues, health insurance, mechanical problems and comfort are some of the top reasons people quit van life. Here's how to solve those problems.
Complete packing list for van life and campervan living. Essentials you need for safety, vehicle maintenance, clothing, travel, kitchen, bathroom, pets and more.
We’ve compared eight of the best roof vent fans for vanlife and RV enthusiasts. While all vent fans are going to make a difference in the amount of cooling in your vehicle, two brands stand out among the rest: Maxxair and Fan-tasitc.
The best pickup truck bed tents for camping. Fit a tent in the back of your mid size, full size or compact truck. What to look for, best materials and price.