5 ways to save money on your next family vacation
As Labor Day approaches many Americans are trying to squeeze in some final vacation time before kids head back to school. Unfortunately, a getaway any time of year can be a bit pricey, which is why many individuals and families are returning to basics like classic RV experiences.
According to the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association, 380,000 motor homes and trailers will be sold this year, 7 percent more than in 2014. “It’s a lifestyle shift,” Kevin Broom, RVIA’s spokesman, said. “Trailers make for good weekend trips.”
This change in sales is reflective of an overall shift in society since the recession hit. People have downsized into smaller homes sparking the tiny house movement to be more mobile, and websites like Airbnb and HomeAway have created a new market for accommodations other than traditional hotels to avoid pricey overnights. READ MORE…