Go for it. I did it in a Mini-Cooper more than 40 years ago with all my worldly possessions. I survived and had stories to tell. Check out this young man. If I had a son, he would likely be like this guy. He told a story about how he bought a swimming pool and set it up in his apartment living room. Something I would do on a bet. http://tynan.com/living-in-a-small-rv-introduction
Hi krell: How cool that must have been - in a mini cooper! You must write a book. I will be the first to buy it. Life is an adventure if you let it. I am glad to see that people finally step up and encourage a young person's dream. My husband and I just bought our first Class C. Our knees became to old to enjoy tent camping. I drove it through DFW rush hour on a 10-lane interstate. What a feeling!
2001 Minnie Winnie
Class C 450 V10 ford,
31ft, one slide
Income: 1,000 per month 10.00/hr*100 hrs (M-Sat 8-5 FT)
That is more like $2,000 per month assuming you can find a job earning 10 bucks and hour for 48 hours per week. Or maybe you were just planning to work every other week?
Don't let people rain on your parade. I got married at 19, bought a house at 20 and had two kids by age 22. Retiring next year at age 55. Nobody was going to tell me how to live my life. Believe me, many tried and failed.
I think Jake gave upon us. Another item not mentioned is the fact of getting the RV re registered in the states he is living in at the time. Today every state wants that registration money and will require registering in their state after so many days. A new DL ma also be required.
2003 Newmar Mountain Aire, Workhorse W22, 2008 Saturn Vue, Falcon 5250, & US Gear Unified Tow Brake