How To Find the Right-Sized Trailer for Your Needs
Smaller is better.
Last week, I said that smaller is better for travel trailers. I also shared the pros and cons of choosing a smaller trailer. But, size is relative. So, what exactly does small mean? I think my trailer is about as big as I would ever want to tow, but it's much smaller than my neighbors, almost everywhere I go.
Nevertheless, I have seen people full-timing in teardrops or rooftop tents. So, how do you choose the right size?
Here’s How To Determine How Small Is Big Enough
I started my RV search on the opposite end. My only constraint was the cost. I wanted the biggest RV I could get for under $40,000. When I had to budget for a truck within that same $40,000 limit, the travel trailer got much smaller. That was the sacrifice of mobility. That said, I would hardly call buying my dream car a loss. Here are some ways you can determine how small is small enough: