The truth is, that the toll roads with a caravan, do not pay off. You drive 80 km an hour, the same as on lower class roads and you pay way higher tolls than a regular car: 150–200% of the price. If you a have new trailer certified for 130 km/h, you are better off, but the fuel consumption surges up.
Summer nicely accelerated all the changes. I wouldn’t believe that caravan would work so great. We started two years ago and I already know about a couple of new caravan travellers. I also know about Transporter guys and few other wannabes. Some are also changing from alcove to fully integrated RV.
It’s here! We are planning our second big trip. And want to try something new. I will shoot a couple of videos on our trip. It will be a challenge – I have never filmed anything more than our kids. Fingers crossed.
Buying a caravan usually is a life-changer. With my family we have not only enhanced our traveling, but significantly changed our life attitude. We are throwing away things we don’t like and are focusing on things we do like.
I’ve just completed a driver’s license for big trailer. Yeah! Only the item plant a tree is remaining on my bucket list of a good father. Also, I’m considering to replace our expensive BMW with a 4×4 AWD Truck with limited electronics. Anyway, let’s dive in camping photos and tips for camping beginners.
This is an awesome moment. Since autumn 2011 me & my wife were actively searching for the perfect caravan. We’ve visited several shops with used trailers. The switch to becoming a digital nomad required this. And it’s coming now. The crazy idea is becoming real.
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