If you’re intimidated by the more complicated kitchen portion of a van conversion, don’t worry—there are kitchen pods and modules made for any type of vehicle.
In order to live, work, and play on the road, this couple converted a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van that stores multiple mountain bikes and allows for comfortable living.
If you plan to work out of your RV, you’re going to want a designated work area. Unfortunately, not many RVs come with an office, so you’ll have to get creative.
Take a look inside this converted U-Haul truck. The owner built out the old moving truck as a tiny home-on-wheels with a budget of only $9,000!
A double-decker bus from Bristol has a second life as a two-story dining room on wheels serving pub grub and music by The Beatles.
This retired bus was transformed into an amazing tiny home with a full-size kitchen, bedroom, and even a bathroom with a shower!
These free videos have expert tips from Ross Lukeman, creator of the online Cargo Van Conversion Course.
Paved To Pines can turn any old school bus or sprinter van into your dream home on wheels.
Ross Lukeman lives in a converted cargo van and his Cargo Van Conversion Course will teach you how to convert your own van into a mobile living space.
With some ingenuity and little cash, the average minivan can be transformed into a comfortable camper van complete with a tiny kitchen.