Campers have to be the dirt-worst to live in full-time.
Some people rave about the joys of living in small houses and living life on the open road in a camper, but I can say from experience that it isn’t all that it is made out to be.
There are a few factors to weigh in when considering purchasing a camper, and I simply didn’t accept that there were so several hardships when it came to living in an RV. For an example, I have a horrible time trying to use my Heating and A/C units in the camper because of how the circuit breaker fuze box is installed, but campers can only run on a fraction of the electricity that any home can because it uses a power cord. Therefore, using your air conditioner or a sectional heating system can be tough if you want to use anything else. In the summer, I am having to turn off my air conditioner usually if I want to use the microwave, the dryer, oven, or electric kettle! Each of these appliances creates heat, meaning that while my air conditioner is switched off, my home is getting unquestionably warm! Winter time isn’t nearly as bad, because you can usually use a propane gas furnace separate from turning off my appliances. But propane furnaces aren’t regularly the most efficient, which is why we have to also purchase sectional heaters, then unfortunately, you cannot use more than 1 section heater, and that 1 sectional heating system has to be turned off if you want to use any of the above-mentioned appliances. And if you ever once forget to turn off your Heating and A/C units, you have to walk outside and flip the fuze to get electricity again, then rV-living is the worst.