The school summer holidays might only last for six weeks, but if you have kids it can feel like six years. For parents of younger children particularly, the holiday means having to find things to keep the children entertained every single day, lest they kick up a fuss and decide to ‘redecorate’ the kitchen for a laugh. The advent of online gaming and YouTube have softened the blow somewhat, as many children are now quite content to spend their afternoons squirrelled away in their bedrooms on Fortnite. But even that tentpole of modern children’s entertainment has its limits. So, how are you going to make sure you’re prepared for July and August this year?
For any family that loves a holiday in the form of a good old roadtrip, an RV is one of the biggest game changers. It turns driving and exploring into a whole other experience where you can bond, see new sights and relax together in a comfortable place. The only thing is, an RV is expensive, especially when you decide to buy it brand new. According to Camper Report, an RV can cost anything from $10,000 to $300,000. That’s a lot of money, especially when you already have cars and so many other financial obligations. That doesn’t mean you and your family can’t get a dream RV to call take you on those memorable trips, there are other ways to own one.