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What it's really like to retire in an RV

Cheapism Logo By Scott Nyerges of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 17: Ever daydreamed about hitting the road in a recreational vehicle for your retirement? If so, you’re not alone. An estimated 1 million Americans have chosen to retire in an RV, spending at least part of the year on the road. It’s not just Baby Boomer retirees doing this, either; millennials, some with kids, are also embracing life on the road and living a minimalist lifestyle. Cheapism consulted several RVers, many of whom live on the road-year round, and asked them to tell us what advice they’d give to someone considering whether retirement in an RV is the way to go. Looking to make your RV retirement a little more plush? Consider 32 RV Accessories to Make Road Life More Luxurious.

Retire on the Road

Ever daydreamed about hitting the road in a recreational vehicle for your retirement? If so, you’re not alone. An estimated 1 million Americans have chosen to retire in an RV, spending at least part of the year on the road. It’s not just Baby Boomer retirees doing this, either; millennials, some with kids, are also embracing life on the road and living a minimalist lifestyle.

Cheapism consulted several RVers, many of whom live on the road-year round, and asked them to tell us what advice they’d give to someone considering whether retirement in an RV is the way to go. Click ahead to read what they had to say.

Looking to make your RV retirement a little more plush? Consider 32 RV Accessories to Make Road Life More Luxurious.

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