An RV, short for recreation vehicle, comes in many different models with various features, and may be used for camping or other road trips. RV camping is more luxurious, with comforts like kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, television, Internet access, and more. RV campgrounds offer hooks ups for electricity, water, and sewers.
More than 9 million recreation vehicles (RVs) ply the country’s roads, and each year another 100,000 Americans join the ranks. Who buys RVs? Today’s typical owner is 35 to 54 years old and still works. Many RVs are primary or secondary homes, and that is why they often qualify for federal tax breaks. According to a recent survey, 51 percent of RV owners camped, 31 percent fished, and 20 percent hunted. A total of 16 percent were boaters, and 15 percent enjoyed target shooting.
Source: The Camper’s and Backpacker’s Bible – Tom Huggler, Author.