Living in a Class B Van | Roadtreking Across America

Living in a Class B Van | Roadtreking Across America
Ever wondered what it’s like living in a van? A Class B RV campervan, that is. In this video we talk to a whole bunch of folks who own and travel in a small RV.

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  • Mike, this is the best videography you have made in our humble opinion for anyone who is considering the RV lifestyle. We really appreciate hearing from those who are "living" and using these class B motor coaches. Thanks for the work you put into this video. It is much appreciated by us who are researching options before we purchase a class B for full time use.

  • What a great group of people. The video is about living in a Roadtrek but Mike inadvertently showed the best reason for getting a Roadtrek: Community. It seems like wherever you go, you're among friends.

    Sharing a toothbrush. Haha! Doug is hilarious!

  • Good video and interviews. I am seriously considering a Class B. It is about another 3 years out before I am going full time. And I do not know that I will stay in the B when I go full time. I am an avid cyclist and wanna be bike racer. So I will do a lot of weekenders at cycling events, and use it for camping vacations, as well as my personal vehicle outside of the bicycles. If I choose to full time in one, I am thinking I will need a cargo trailer for storage of bicycles, tools, and probably a motorized scooter of some sort so I can have non-sweat powered transport without breaking camp. It looks like the folks you interviewed at this gathering were really part timers with traditional homes somewhere. I plan to have no house, apt or even storage building; but rather have everything I own with me. Maybe that's not really your niche, but I would like to see some interviews with folks living that way in a B. I'll be a relatively young pensioner living solo. I figure the trailer will limit some of the advantages of a B, but I wonder how some folks doing that minimize those disadvantages. Do you have any vids like that?Keep up the good work.

  • Great testimonials. I'll be purchasing a class b when I get closer to retirement and the CS Adventurous is probably the way I'll go. It's a very pricey rig, but I love the fact that it's a diesel, for the longevity and mileage. I also love the large fridge and extra storage, which makes extended trips much easier, eliminating the need to restock as often. I don't plan to full time in it, but rather 2 to 4 weeks at a time. I hope to find a nice low mileage used one to save some cash.

  • We spent almost 20 years in a 40 foot Class A, careening up and down the east coast from Maine to the Keys and everywhere in-between. Now, our little Class B is a joy! It lives just like a mini- class A! Has all the same stuff in a neat and tidy little package.

  • Being 25 and having to move around sooo much due to financial and relationship issues, this seems like a good way to go. Having all of your stuff on wheels so when it’s time to book it you just turn on the engine and go. No packing up again in labeled totes and trying to figure out where you’re going to put it all, even if it’s all clothes, books, and a few nicknacks now.Until the day YHWH blesses me with a permanent house, this is what I’m going to work towards. I am sooo weary with not having a space to call mine. This not only meets my needs, but my wants too.

  • I loved the very last couple! Phyllis, his wife, was so cute about his toothbrush comment…Lol "No, No, we never share our toothbrush, never…" The whole video was excellent, as always.

  • I'm glad to hear that so many people are happy in their class B MH. I have looked @ class B's seriously, but I'm a FT'er who works and must have everything from Business attire to casual wear for work. I do need the extra space and don't have the time to analyze and devise plans to cover all my bases. I never know what I'll need until I get the contract. I spend a total of 9 mos p/yr on the road. I'm in a 2016 class A dp. Fits my lifestyle, and I pull a toad. The toad can park anywhere then I go "home" when my work day is over. It is a good feeling and a good life. Glad to see it can be done in any class, any size, that fits the individual.