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15 Reasons You’ll Regret an RV in Retirement

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If you’re work-weary and ready for retirement, the call of the open road might beckon you to saddle up in a recreational vehicle and take off. No 9-to-5, the kids are grown and gone and the RV life seems compelling. Sell the house and move on! 

If you’re feeling that way, you aren’t alone. According to a 2021 study by the RV Industry Association (the most recently available information), RV ownership in the U.S. shot up 62% over the previous 20 years, and a record 11.2 million households owned an RV in 2021. Sales at many RV dealerships spiked, in part, because of the coronavirus pandemic, but Progressive has seen a steady increase in the number of full-time RV policies sold since 2009. 

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