You don’t necessarily have to own an RV or rent an RV in order to enjoy RVing! Here’s how you can earn money transporting RVs from the manufacturing plant to RV dealers all across the country. Before becoming an RV transport driver for hire, here’s what you can expect from the job and what they’ll expect from you. RVers share their personal experiences as RV transporters.
Who knew? You don’t really have to own or rent an RV in order to enjoy RVing… even full-time RVing! Here’s how you can earn money by driving RVs from the manufacturing plant to RV dealers all across the country.
New RVs don’t magically appear at the RV dealership. RV transport drivers drive the RVs to the dealers’ showrooms directly from the factory. Becoming an RV transport driver is one way to travel in a new RV with someone else paying all the expenses!
You might think that RV jobs are hard to find, since you’re moving from one place to another all the time. Here are 2 fun ideas worth considering: being a traveling RV Workamper, and transporting RVs for an RV dealer.
I worked for an RV transport company in Tucson for about 6 months. During that time, I transported everything from small travel trailers to $400,000 luxury motorhomes all over the country for hire. Here are some interesting things I’ve learned firsthand about the business of transporting RVs…
Jim and 3 friends drove an RV cross country last week — all the way from Elkhart, Indiana to Edmonton Alberta Canada. This was Jim’s first time being an RV transport driver. They were taking a Renegade motorhome from the factory in Indiana to a sales lot in Canada.