Ulrika and Glenn are looking for a toy hauler to take their three kids to motorcycle races, so they would like an RV with room for their five motorcycles and sleeping space for 10. Pat and Stephanie also want a toy hauler, but it will be their new home on wheels, so they're looking for two bathrooms and room to brew beer and store the gear for that.
A couple searches for a kid-centric RV that can sleep as many as 10 and has a separate area for the children. Next, a Louisiana couple looks for a family-friendly fifth-wheel with bunk beds to accommodate their two young children.
A Chicago couple is on the hunt for a hotel on wheels with all the luxury they need for vacations complete with heated floors, theatre seating, a bath-and-a-half and more! Meanwhile, a mother-daughter duo looks for a luxurious Class A RV with separate areas for themselves and possibly a cabana boy.
Ann and Lin have decided to retire early and hit the road to travel full-time in an RV. They're looking for a Class A Diesel with plenty of room for their three dogs. Ann would like extra storage for their workout equipment, and Lin wants a washer and dryer.
Soon-to-be empty nesters Kari and Jon are looking for an RV to travel in full-time after all their kids leave home. Kari wants a big kitchen, but they still want plenty of space to accommodate their family of five, so Jon is willing to get a queen bed because it takes up less space. They both agree on the need for a toy hauler for their scooters.
A couple loves to travel with their two boys but are tired of constantly going in and out of hotel rooms. While they both want to purchase a RV for their future travels, they don't agree on which class of vehicle to buy.
An adventurous Chicago couple decides to ditch the plane tickets for a Class C RV to travel around the US. He would really like an outdoor entertainment center, while she wants large windows in the bedroom.
A newlywed couple is searching for a RV for a honeymoon that hopefully never ends. They, along with their dog, look for a fifth wheel or travel trailer with room for guests, a large pantry, a big closet and plenty of workspace.
A Colorado couple living full-time in a fifth wheel decides to switch from hauling their home to driving it. They're looking for a RV with plenty of workspace and separate dining and living areas.
A California couple loves living in their 18-foot RV full-time, but they've decided it's time for something bigger. They want to find a new unit under 35 feet with plenty of storage, a big shower and an outdoor kitchen.
A Louisiana family is ready to trade in their travel trailer for a fifth wheel. With a $50,000 budget, their top priorities are bunk beds for the kids, plenty of storage and two A/C units.
A Tennessee couple looks for their first RV for their family of five. They want a towable unit with a bed for each kid, a master bedroom with a door and a modern interior. He's hoping to keep the price under $30,000, but she is all about the beauty.
A travel-loving couple is looking to trade in their fifth wheel for something smaller. They'd like a unit under 34 feet with a varied color scheme, a TV facing the couch and a free-standing table and chairs.
The Kale family is looking to upgrade their existing RV with a new spacious one to call it their new home sweet home on the road. Stephanie and Curtis are avid travelers and want to show their two small children all that America has to offer, so a spacious ride is a necessity to match the big adventures they have in store. The Kales take a look at three new RVs, but hit some bumps in the road when trying to find the perfect place to accommodate this growing family's long wish list.
With dreams of taking a new home out on the open road, Nikki and Jason Wynn have given up everything to start a new chapter in their lives. This young, L.A. couple is looking for an RV that's as hip and environmentally friendly as they are, but their budget is limited. Their plan is to spend the next two years exclusively in the RV, so it's essential that they make the right decision. Will the Wynns find an RV that matches everything that they hoped for?
The Duggan family of five from Knoxville, TN, wants to go from camping in a tent to camping in a travel trailer -- but first they must find the perfect RV.
The Begnaud family from Lafayette, LA, wants to upgrade from their small RV to a spacious fifth-wheel but first they must find one that meets all of their wants and needs.
Tom and Alisha Kuempel don't want to wait until retirement to live the full-time RV lifestyle, so they are searching for the perfect RV that will accommodate them and their two young sons.
Tom and Wendy Cunningham have loved tent camping their entire lives. Now that they are a family of four, they realized a basic tent just isn't enough. To stick to their low-key lifestyle, they are looking for the smallest possible trailer that will fulfill all of their needs.
Pat and Joan Cronin of Seekonk, MA, love to go RVing with their four children. But with such a large family, they need more space than their current travel trailer offers. Before their next family vacation, the Cronins hope to find the perfect Class A motorhome.
Buddy and Noelle Williams' career has allowed them to travel all over the world with their 18-year-old son, Michael. With Michael heading off to college, Buddy and Noelle want to purchase an RV that acts as their mobile office and hotel, allowing them to comfortably explore their own country.
Brent and Jenn Nims and their three sons live full-time in their RV. As the family gets larger, their current fifth-wheel stays the same size. So now they are in search of larger Fifth-Wheel that will give them the space they need as their family continues to grow.
Cesareo and Janette Razo from Las Vegas, NV, have loved camping their entire lives. Now, they want to pass the tradition on to their two children. They started with a tent and then a small travel trailer, and now they're ready to upgrade to a fancy fifth-wheel.
Reggie and Seemaa Prasad from San Francisco, CA, have recently become a family of five. They love taking their kids camping, but they are quickly outgrowing their current travel trailer. They need to find a bigger travel trailer to accommodate their big family.
Full-time RVers, Jason and Kristin Snow, and their three dogs have lived in a 1965 Airstream Trailer for almost two years. They love living and working in a trailer full-time. However, they are ready to upgrade to a newer, drivable RV that's still small enough to fit into all of the campgrounds and remote locations they want to explore.
Eric and Danielle Hannan have lived and worked out of their Class-C RV for the past year. They love living on the road full-time, but they don't love the lack of space. To fulfill all of their wants and needs, they are looking to upgrade to a larger fifth-wheel.