Working and RV Traveling Full Time in Reno
Is your dream to live full time in your RV? Here are things to consider when it comes to transitioning to a full time RV lifestyle.
According to an article at trailerbroker.com, “Is it Time to Go RVing Full Time?”
“Many of us who’ve considered hitting the road full-time can’t do it because our jobs hold us back. Most employers want their company working in a single location, not telecommuting to get work done. While some companies, most notably in the tech industry, allow employees to work remotely, most of us aren’t as lucky to take advantage of everything that comes with working from home. This keeps many trailer and RV owners from throwing caution to the wind and taking to the road full-time.
If you’re thinking about taking to the road and leaving your desk behind, there’s something things you need to consider before doing so. The first revolves around your job itself. Can you job be done on the road? Or do you need to be in the office to get things done? Would your boss let you work remotely full-time? Can you handle the remote lifestyle?
If you answered no to any of the questions we just asked, chances are working full-time on the road will require you to find a new job which may not be a bad thing. If you’re looking for a change or just need to get away from it all, taking to the road to work can still be a viable option. You may be able to find work in your field that allows you to work remotely or it may be time for a completely new employment strategy.
Once you know that the job will work out, you’ll need to invest a trailer or RV that fits what you want to do on the road. This can range from a full-loaded trailer and truck combo, which gives you the freedom to unhitch and hit the road without your trailer to a small RV. The big benefit of having a trailer or a RV means you don’t have to haul around the whole unit to go to a restaurant or meeting.” To read the entire article click here.