Well. there are enough comments already to fill a book, but I gotta add my nickels worth. (I know, it used to be "my two cents worth" but you gotta factor in inflation). My brother in law has always done pretty much as he pleases, so a few years ago he found a hardly used motor home, and it was a large one, for a very reasonable price. He bought it and after two or three practice runs here in NC, he and my sis embarked on a cross country venture to the West Coast and back. Now, I know from comments that many on this forum either drive or have driven large trucks, and in spite of the fact that the uninformed driving public thinks that a large truck will stop faster than a car and is more stable in wind, we who have driven them KNOW BETTER. BIL never said much about it, but Sister told me about trying to drive in cross winds on the plains, etc. When they arrived home from the trip the motor home was up for sale very quick! Even if there were several in the traveling party, as others have mentioned, it seems as though it would be just as economical to rent a vehicle or two and stay in motels at night. If traveling in more than one vehicle you can stay in touch via cell phone. (The modern day replacement for CB radio.) LOL
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