This couple knew what they were doing though, and getting the bunkhouse model wasn’t an oversight.
While they planned to travel the United States and Canada at a leisurely pace, Marc still had to work 40 hours a week from their rig.
Before buying the RV, they planned on swapping out the bunkhouse for a customized office space that’s both private and peaceful.
Total cost? Less than $200.
Well that turned out great. 🙂
It seems every week you read a news article about the benefits of location-independent employees. As more companies transition to a remote workforce, and younger people hit the road in RVs, it might be helpful if RV manufacturers recognized this growing trend and considered adding dedicated office space to their models.