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6 Incredible Books Every New RVer Should Read ASAP

So, you're ready for the RV life? We've rounded up a list of excellent books that every new RVer should add to their reading list.

Ready for the RV lifestyle? We could not be more excited for you! Whether you're diving into RVing full-time or becoming a snowbird and heading south in your RV for the winter, we know you will have the best time ever. Like any hobby or lifestyle, a ton of very-specific literature is made for people like you. We've created a list of great books every new RVer should read.

RV Hacks: 400+ Ways to Make Life on the Road Easier, Safer, and More Fun by Julie Bennett and Marc Bennett

This jam-packed book is filled with valuable tips and tricks to help you improve your RV life. This book will help you worry less and enjoy yourself more. You'll find organization hacks, ideas for DIY projects, and more. These authors are bloggers, YouTubers, RV educators, and–of course–full-time RVers.

The RV Book by Mark Polk

This book is known as "your personal guide to understanding and enjoying your RV," doesn't that sound perfect? This book is written to save you time, money, and headaches from the beginning of your RV journey to well into your years of RVing in a big way. There is even a section on buying an RV, so this book will support you when considering RV life.

A Beginner's Guide to Living in an RV: Everything I Wish I Knew Before Full-Time RVing Across America by Alyssa Padgett

This one is well-loved, well-rated, and a massive hit among RVers. The author and her husband knew nothing about RVing when they began. They travelled all 50 states and found themselves Googling things non-stop. Along the way, they ran into nothing but problems, from a flooded bathroom to cold showers and getting stuck in the mud. Now, years into RVing full-time, this book answers all of the common questions you may have as you embark on your own journey.

50 States, 5,000 Ideas: Where to Go, When to Go, What to See, What to Do by National Geographic

National Geographic has a gorgeous book that showcases the best travel experience in every state. The book covers everything from iconic destinations to lesser-known spots you can't miss. Guess what? It doesn't end there. On top of the 50 states, you'll also find a section on Canada's provinces and territories. If you're ready for your RV adventure but need help figuring out where to go, this book is the best place to start.

RVs & Campers For Dummies

If you've ever tried anything new or ventured to learn a new skill, you may have picked up a book that includes the words "for dummies." This book is perfect for anyone ready to hit the road in an RV by helping you understand the different RV types. It helps you learn how to find free camping, rent a camper if you don't want to buy one, and everything in between.

Living the RV Life: Your Ultimate Guide to Life on the Road by Marc and Julie Bennett

Here we have another very highly-rated RV book. This book is both inspirational and practical. You'll learn how to choose an RV, check out sample routes, learn about fantastic RV destinations, get some intel on rules and restrictions, and so much more.

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