With advances in technology, it’s never been easier to live a full-time RV lifestyle. As a result, you can work and take calls while on the road.
The thrill of moving from place to place is enticing to many. You always feel like a tourist and an explorer. All you have to decide is the level of comfort you want.
Here are five ways to make RV life easier.
1. View the National Parks from the Palm of Your Hand
According to Outdoorsy, Google’s National Parks Tour app gives you an in-hand tour of the country’s most fantastic parks in HD video. You can see a glacier, then a volcano in a matter of minutes.
In fact, the tour moves across five states with a local ranger at each park. If you have always wanted to visit Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park or New Mexico’s Carlsbad Caverns National Park, you can.
2. Project Fi
It is true that finding reliable Wi-Fi on the road can be difficult at times. Although, that can be turned around with Google’s wireless service called Project Fi. You also get a discounted Nexxus 5 phone, with a charge of $10 per gigabyte data.
In addition, it comes with $20 unlimited talk and text. Yet, you will get a refund for any unused data on your plan.
What makes Project Fi unique is it automatically switches between Spring, T-Mobile and free wireless hotspots to ensure you get the fastest service.
3. RV Park Reviews Mobile App
One of the most comprehensive RV review mobile apps is RV Park Reviews for iOS and Android. You get an optimized interface with campground reviews and details.
Moreover, you can zoom in and out of pictures. Plus, it is free to download. Not to mention, you get rates and lists of amenities.
4. Solar Power
If there is one thing you can count on, it’s that the sun will shine each and every day. Today, it costs an average of $1 per watt to use plug-and-play solar systems.
Think of the freedom you’ll experience living on solar power. You won’t have to worry whether a camp site has outlets and hookups. Your RV can charge while you drive.
And, you’ll feel good about utilizing an environmentally-friendly energy source.
5. Anti-Mosquito Sonic Repeller
Part of RVing is parking and getting outside. And, sometimes, that means getting bitten by mosquitos and other bugs. Well, you could douse your body with sticky and smelly insect repellant spray.
On the other hand, you could use an Anti-Mosquito app. It works by emitting a high-frequency sound (ultra sound) that insects hate. The good news is the pitch is so high, most humans won’t even notice it.
So, download the app. Then, launch the app and keep it close to you to help prevent bites. You can also use the pitch selector to find the right repelling frequency for bugs in your area.
There has never been a better time to go RVing. Wherever you go, you’ll have access to enough technology to make life so much easier.