Friday, July 25, 2008

Planning a family vacation? An RV might fit the budget

Atlanta Journal Constitution - GA, USA
While gas prices have made it more expensive to take trips in any kind of vehicle, RVs do come in many different models and sizes — from truck campers and tow trailers to motor homes and even sport utility RVs. There's one for every budget and family type. Winnebago Industries Inc., the largest maker of motor homes, unveiled a 2009 ERA (a class-B motor home model) that gets 22 miles per gallon, while the largest motor homes get about eight mpg, according to industry data.

Courtney Robey, public relations manager for the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, says RVs can also be a good deal for families. Despite gas costs, "a family of four can travel much more cheaply in an RV than by flying, where you'd have to buy four tickets. And you're not going to be eating out at restaurants three times a day. You're going to be cooking in the RV. You also don't have to pay for a hotel room. So a family can save money in the long run."
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