A popular site is WheelingIt.us. One post, dated September 22, 2011, offered some tips to its readers, with the site’s moderators, Paul and Nina, advising that traveling full-time RV doesn’t mean you’ll have to buy the biggest ones available at trusted R.V dealers in Indiana like Mount Comfort RV. Camping in various campgrounds, forests, and state parks, according to them, do not really require a sizeable vehicle to make a temporary home.
Alyssa Padget, another full-time RV traveler with her husband, explains in her article on DoItYourselfRV.com, that back in the day, they thought their 50-state road trip would require a hefty rig. Being on the road long enough has taught her that size would at times work against you in terms of maneuvering around campgrounds.