Wednesday, November 12, 2008

RVers Adjusting to Economy

RESTON, Va., Nov. 11 -- RV owners love the RV lifestyle, but just like everyone else, they're concerned about today's sagging economy and looking for ways to save money and cut costs. According to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association's fall/winter survey, RVers are adjusting to the economy by traveling closer to home and staying longer in one place. By having their "homes on wheels" with them, RV owners say they can stretch their dollars by saving on costly airfares, hotels and restaurant meals.

The latest Campfire Canvass fall/winter survey of RV owners by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, reveals that 29 percent plan to travel more this fall and winter than last year; 56 percent plan to travel the same amount as last year; and 15 percent plan to travel less than last year.

Sixty-two percent of survey respondents say they'll travel to destinations closer to home, while 38 percent say they'll stay longer at the same destination.
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