If you own an RV, you are likely disappointed that your travel plans have been put on hold due to COVID-19. However, there are still many ways that you can use your RV during coronavirus restrictions. Put your motorhome to good use by keeping yourself and your loved ones safe and healthy.
Stay Away From Crowded Areas
If you live in a crowded suburb or a big city, you may be better off self-isolating away from crowds. Find a campground away from any large cities that has full hookups and a good distance between sites. Stock up on everything you will need, like groceries, propane, medicines, and supplies, so that you can hunker down in your RV during coronavirus.
Caring for Loved Ones
An RV can be a life-saver when it comes to caring for someone who is ill. You do not want to enter the house of someone who has coronavirus. However, you still want to care for your loved ones who are sick. In order to monitor and bring essentials to your afflicted loved ones, park your RV on or near their property. You’ll be able to keep a safe distance while still providing aid.
Self-Quarantine in an RV During Coronavirus
If you have contracted COVID-19 or have just returned from another country and need to self-quarantine, keep your family safe by staying out of your house and in your RV. Your RV has everything you need while self-quarantining for 2 weeks: cooking appliances, a bathroom, a place to sleep and eat, water, storage for food and clothing, and air conditioning or heat.
While parked on your property, you can use your home’s wifi for entertainment and work. You’ll be grateful that you have an RV during coronavirus so that you can stay comfortable while not exposing your family and friends.
Your on-the-road RV lifestyle needs to be put on hold until the coronavirus pandemic is under control, but there are still ways to use your RV for the greater good during this time.