RV Travel Surges as Americans Seek COVID-Safe Ways to Feed Wanderlust

U.S. RV sales and rentals are expected to be off the charts this summer as American families and remote workers look for safe ways to travel during the pandemic.

According to data from LendingTree, interest in motorhomes, camper vans, trailers and other types of recreational vehicles increased by 162% during the pandemic. In June 2020, the number of people who completed purchase query forms shot up by 303% compared to the same period of 2019.

Experts believe RV travel could be even more popular in 2021.

A recent survey by Harvest Hosts found that 76% of respondents plan to travel more this year than they did in 2020. In

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