Living the Van Life can be the most free-ing feeling as a traveler. There are so many more possibilities that open up to you when you travel in a vehicle as compact as a van. You don’t really have to worry about underpass height limits, bridge weight limits, or parking spots! Van Life can also be a lot more inconspicuous, allowing you to have a bit more freedom when stopping through towns on your travels. You don’t have to have a super expensive sprinter van to live the Van Life. You could life in an SUV, minivan, camper van or even a Prius! All of the articles below pertain to living the van life. If there’s an article you’d like us to write, send us a message!
Having a dual battery system in your car allows you to run other accessories like a refrigerator, TV or almost any other household device.
After living the nomadic lifestyle for over 5 years, I wanted to share what I’ve learned and what I wish I knew before I started traveling.
Are you interested in traveling full time in a van instead of a RV, Skoolie or Tiny Home? I’m going to go over the different vans for full time travel to help you decide which van is the best fit for you. Learn the pros and cons of all the different vans for full time travel.
While van life offers unparalleled freedom, it comes with its own set of challenges, and one of the most pressing is the availability of water. In a stationary home, you rarely think about the source of your next glass of water, shower, or dishwashing session
When setting up a battery system for an off grid vehicle or for boondocking the first step is to know what batteries you’re going to be using.