Get your RV on ….for work

There are numerous considerations to keep in mind if you are thinking about using an RV (Recreational Vehicle) as your temporary home while you hold down an oilfield/pipeline or field job. Are you considering the option for you or your organization on the value of RV life?

A “home on wheels” is one alternative to high rents in some of the more popular oilfield/pipeline areas, but living in a trailer or glorified bus isn’t for everyone. If you have some savings and can maintain a lifestyle that doesn’t require a lot of space, RV living might be something worth considering.  Here are three reasons to get your RV on.. for work:

Costs – As I said earlier, full-time RV living does offer some cost advantages over more standard housing options. Other costs such as space to rent or park your “house” will be a consideration when purchasing. Financing your RV is available and you can work with us to get the best possible rate for low monthly payments.


Convenience – There’s something to be said about having the ability to take your home with you when and where you want to go. You might be in a situation where you are required to work in one region of the country for a season or two, and then move to another region when the seasons change. “Snowbirds” have been traveling back and forth between the icy Midwest and Northeast and the sunny Southwest for decades. (These are the folks who know the most about full-time RV living, by the way.)

Comfort – If you are single or perhaps traveling with a spouse then you’re a good candidate for full-time RV living. Travel trailers or motorhomes come in all levels of luxury and upgrades. Work with Holiday World to find what is the best fit for you or your company.


If you have questions about the purchase of an RV or  questions concerning RV living… check out the latest inventory at Holiday World.  We look forward to speaking with you! And get your RV on..for work.


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