Posted 30 August 2013 - 11:59 PM
Not familiar with RVCG but in general, snowbirds don't have the need for storage space that full timers will want/need. The size and arrangement of basement storage as well as the quantity and quality of cabinet space will be more important to full timers. Also, full timers will put more wear and tear on a coach so the durability of the furnishings become more important. The quality of appliances, faucets, toilet, etc. will all be more important to full timers. Other factors like insulation which will make the coach more comfortable, adequate heating and cooling capability, awnings, etc. will all be used more often and possibly in more extreme conditions than in a coach used by snowbirds. These may be just a few of the things that RVCG might be considering in making a statement like that.
Tom and Louise Butler
2004 Monaco Windsor, Cummins 400 ISL
Roadmaster Sterling Tow Bar, Brakemaster, GMC Acadia, BikeE Recumbent Bicycles
After 9 1/2 years full time in our motor home and being Winter Texans we are now living at Sandpipers Resort in Edinburg, Texas. Now we are Summer Chickens!
"The tipi is much better to live in; always clean and warm in winter, cool in summer, easy to move... If the Great Spirit wanted men to live in one place he would have made the world stand still." -- Flying Hawk, South Dakota Oglala Sioux