A cancer survivor and his wife decide to live by their family motto "You Only Live Once" and hit the road. The couple hopes to find a class A motorhome that meets all of their lifestyle needs and has adequate space for their family of five.
A Texas family wants to trade in their fifth wheel for a motorhome. With a wish list that includes a residential fridge, bunks for the kids and plenty of storage space, they debate whether they should stick to their plan of getting a Class C or upgrading to a Class A.
A Texas family searches for an RV to move into full-time. They're looking for a unit under 12,000 pounds with a large bunkhouse, a U-shaped dinette, a big pantry and a residential fridge on a $40,000 budget.
A young couple searches for a RV to live in during their quest to find their forever home. They plan to stick to their budget of $50,000, and they must have an awning, a spacious bathroom and space to walk around the bed.
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.
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 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 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 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 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.
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 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.
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.
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.