Saturday, July 05, 2008

RV owners justify staying on the road

Kansas City Star - MO,USA
Soaring fuel prices don’t have to keep you at home this summer when you can take your home with you.

That sums up the attitude of recreational vehicle owners such as Virg and Vickie Paulson of Overland Park, who are adjusting to paying $4 a gallon for gasoline and even more for diesel fuel.

“We don’t see that the price of fuel will have any substantial impact on how much we travel in our motor home,” said Virg, whose Winnebago averages between eight and 10 miles per gallon.

“We really do believe that the other savings more than make up for the cost of fuel. We want to be able to sleep in our own bed every night, and we like being able to pull off at a convenient spot when we’re hungry and not even having to open the door. It really is a convenience thing.”
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