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Different full-time RVers will tell you varying opinions of life in an RV. Some have luxurious half-million-dollar Class A motorhomes and stay in resort-like campgrounds, with amenities from yoga classes and on-property restaurants to RV detailing. Others prefer to boondock, so they’ve spent money to outfit their rig with solar panels and upgraded lithium batteries. They rarely stay in campgrounds and travel to remote areas. These are two very distinct experiences of full-time RV living.