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Likewise, people ask, is it dangerous to live in an RV?
It is relatively safe to live in an RV. Of course, that may depend on where your RV is. Obviously, some areas will be safer, nicer than others. There's a good deal to learn about living full time in a recreational vehicle park, so it is important to do your homework before you decide to move into a single in your RV.
Additionally, is having an RV worth it? When it is not worth it: You shouldn't get an RV if you only go camping once or twice a year. If you are telling yourself you would go camping more often if you had a camper, you are probably wrong. RVs augment the camping experience but you shouldn't go camping just because you feel the need to get your money's worth.
Beside this, are RVs toxic?
The most dangerous chemical found in recreational vehicles is formaldehyde. Since most RVs have some level of formaldehyde in them, travelers who are using products such as hand sanitizers and mouthwash may find that the negative effects of the alcohol in those products become exacerbated.
Can you live in an RV full time?
Living in an RV makes that possible. Full-time RVing isn't as expensive as most people think. In fact, living in an RV can help you save money & pay off debt. On their death bed, most people's biggest regret is not chasing their dreams.