Not Planning Your Route
While some people like to just hit the open road and see where it takes them, this is a common mistake that many people make on their RV trip. It’s important to plan your route before you leave so that you can avoid any low-clearance bridges, tunnels, or small roads. Plus, it’s always good to know where you’re going so you can plan your attractions.
Not Choosing The Right RV
If you are renting an RV for the sake of your trip, then you need to make sure that you choose the right one. What you really need to think about when choosing your RV is where you’re going, how many people will be traveling with you, and how many amenities you want. If there’s only one or two of you, then simply opt for a camper van. If there’s a whole family of you, you might be better suited to a Class A motorhome.
Not Abiding By The Rules
Although you can sleep in your RV, you also need to park your RV in specific campgrounds during your road trip. This means that you have to follow the rules of the campground, and you need to treat it as though it was your real home – rather than a temporary home.
So, are you ready for your epic RV trip?