Finding the perfect RV is no easy task and if you are in the market for an affordable class A diesel, well the options are greater than ever! Which is why we created this RV Shopper Series in an effort to help. We’re not experts but we are full-time RV’ers and sometimes all you want is an experienced friend to go shopping with you. So settle in as we take you through four of the best-selling, new and most popular small(ish) Class A Diesel RV’s on the market.
What’s crazier: Jumping out of a plane every day or quitting a 6 figure job to live in a van?The first time I spoke with Mark Rickert of OTG Apps I thought he was awesome! He lives full time in a small RV, he has a well-paying mobile friendly job, he gets to camp for free most of the time and he has the ultimate thrill seeking hobby. I invited Mark to share on our Make Money and Travel series and he “jumped” at the opportunity to share his story in the hopes of convincing others to take the “leap of faith" needed to follow their dreams (I know, horrible puns, I'm sorry). I read Marks story and found I liked him even more than I expected (a real bromance on the horizon)…then I opened the photos he sent and now I hate him! Well, hate is a strong word, but come on, this is the dude's office:
I'll let Mark take over the introduction from here.
One of the most popular styles of class A motorhomes has got to be the small (under 30ft) entry level gas RV. It seems nearly everyone we talk to that’s looking for their first RV is considering one of these affordable little guys. Which is why this article is the first of many in our new RV Shopper Series! In this video we bring you along as we inspect what we found to be the best sellers, new-to-the-market and most popular small gas RV's. We point out our top three likes and dislikes of each coach. There are a lot of options out there and we couldn't and don't want to try and cover every small class A gas RV, but we hope you have fun shopping with us!
Escondido California is just a small blip along the Avocado Highway in Southern California, but trust me this little blip is worth a major stop. We were heading south from the Chino Hills area for a Date with San Diego this November, but we had a week to kill before our reservations, so we booked what we thought was a small campground in the middle of nowhere in order to get some work done. Escondido is a Spanish word meaning “hidden” so we weren't far off with our planned escape from connections. The town is the oldest in San Diego County and is rich in Spanish and Mexican history before the United States took it over in 1850. Now it’s famous for avocados and beer.