Road Tripping Vs. RVing

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Road trips with kids are no joke. They have to stop to use the restroom every 20 minutes. They snack, loudly and constantly, in your ear while asking, “Are we there yet?” and giving you the play-by-play on their sibling’s bodily functions. RVs give you space for all those snacks, the lodging you need, and the personal space that every parent craves.