In the wake of a pandemic that requires social isolation, it makes sense people are more interested in RVs — it’s a roving home where you can isolate but still go on vacation. Dealerships across the country have reported a recent rise in sales of recreational vehicles, often from first-time buyers.
For clarity’s sake: lots of things can be considered an RV, including motorhomes, trailers, vans, and campers.
“Summer vacations are in the forefront of everyone’s thoughts right now,” Gigi Stetler, founder of The RV Advisor and RV Sales of Broward told Mashable. “People that normally travel to Europe, they’re