My dad said yes but my mom said no when we asked to rent an RV for vacation. I saw two different models at the Digital Family Summit in Philadelphiaand I LOVED them. I saw they had many conveniences and I thought maybe I could convince my mom to get one. I got to go inside and look around and here is what I learned that might just convince your mom to rent one:
1. It has its own kitchen, so even on the go you can eat mom’s AWESOME food.
2. The gas milage is great, it is close to the mileage of a normal family mini van; many get 15-17 mpg.
3. Inside storage lets you bring many games and activities children could do, so they are not bored. You can also take electronics like iPads, Nintendo, iPhones, etc. because there are plugs to charge them.
A TravelingMom contributor since the site's early days, Scotty and TMOM founder Kim Orlando recently launched SheBuysCars, a community built to empower women to be smarter, happier car owners. Prior to SheBuysCars, Scotty was the founding editor-in-chief of Luxe magazine, and wrote for the New York Times, Town & Country, Entrepreneur and Adweek, among others. She is the co-author of Stew Leonard, My Story, a biography of the founder of the iconic grocery company Stew Leonard’s, and developed program content for American Express Publishing’s Luxury Summit, PRWeek magazine’s annual conference and selected Luxury Marketing Council events.