Ive been looking for comparable vehicles... they don't exist.
the lesharo just lacks the awesomeness of the rialta, but I actually found a 1989 lesharo that has all the features of the one tynan has in his 1995 or whichever year it is (full sized bed in back, shower, 20+ mpg, parking ability etc) its only 4000 bucks obo. the next comparable rialta with the same features is 17 thousand. Im about to graduate from college ( accounting major) I know money but I want to get on the road. Im a wrestler, and want to travel training at mma gyms across the nation for a few years. I know I am new here, I have read tynans book. I have done countless research on this but I just need advice from people actually versed in rialta's and the rv world in general.
any advice is welcome!
I have done tons of research, work, and planning since my last post and have found a couple solid choices for rv's (lesharo's and rialta's, if anyone has another type of similarly sized and quality vehicle please let me know!)
I have a pretty powerful laptop its a ibuypower gaming laptop (8 gbs of ram 3.4 ghz quad core big video card etc etc) it dies in like 2 hours period ( not gaming just period. many times less) I need to be able to keep this charged all the time since I will be doing all my work from it (accounting) I could switch to a less powerful machine but I play games and I will make it possible in an rv. I have a big powerful cell phone as well ( note 2) with unlimited internet. But im sure I wont be able to use 50 + gb's a month like I usually use here on a land line.
so my questions are.
what exactly do you (or I) need to run these electronics? there isn't a middle ground for this like using it less I need it to work. What kind of batteries, what kind of solar panels? Is this even possible! It better be!
What is the best pathway for getting the best bang for your buck insurance for a rv or conversion van (converted van for an rv).
If anyone can give me what they are paying with a model/year of their vehicle that would help and specifying if you have liability or full coverage. etc etc. just for a van im finding its over 200 a month and I have no accidents on my record.