Should You Live in Your Motorhome?
Having a motorhome is brilliant for so many reasons; you have the freedom to travel to all the destinations you’ve dreamt of, and you can do it all to your own schedule. Some people wish to take it to the next level and move into their motorhome full time. While this can be a great idea, it’s not necessarily for everyone! Here at Premier Motorhomes we want you to get the most out of your motorhomes, so here’s a few tips and things to consider if you want to live in yours full time.
Is there enough space in a motorhome?
As expected, there isn’t an endless amount of space in a motorhome, but this could be perfect if there is only a couple of you! It’s a great way to be able to spend quality time together. Modern motorhomes are designed to make maximum use of the available space, and have plenty of storage options to keep all your belongings in one place! Motorhomes are created with your comfort in mind, whether it’s for relaxation, sleeping or using the bathroom.
However, it’s worth remembering that living in a confined space and having a lack of personal space might get a bit much at times. The beauty of this is that you can stop at a motorhome park to use their facilities and stop off for some peace and quiet or a change of scenery!
The ability of mobility
One of the most appealing things about living in a motorhome is the freedom. You are able to go where you want, when you want, without worrying about hotels or other travel arrangements. Effortless and stress-free, you have the opportunity to see places you’ve always wanted to visit!
One important factor to consider is that the more you travel, the more you might need to carry out maintenance on the exterior of your motorhome, such as the tyres. Wear and tear is more likely to occur the more you drive it. It might be worth getting a second vehicle to drive when you arrive at your destination; a motorhome can be tricky to navigate through towns, cities and some rural areas!
Is it expensive?
A motorhome is less expensive than running a home, or paying for a hotel on your trips. That includes maintenance and buying contents such as furniture! What’s more, motorhome park fees are usually very reasonable, so you shouldn’t find that you’re shelling out a lot of money each time you stop off.
While it is true that a motorhome can mean a large initial fee, it’s a one-off payment and you have the option of looking a great quality used motorhomes if you are working on a budget. It’s also important to consider fuel costs, and specific insurance policies for living in your motorhome.
Living in your motorhome full time is definitely doable; all you need to do is remember the basics and be organised! To invest in your very own motorhome for your next adventure, check out our extensive range.