Michael and Lisa Greene want a new life experience, so they decide to put most of their belongings in storage and RV full-time. The Greenes want a simpler, less-cluttered lifestyle, exploring the country with their two sons, and they need the perfect RV for the journey. They browse three RVs, trying to determine which has everything they need to live happily on the road and make the most of this new chapter!
When vacationing, the Bragas need to take their kitchen with them, due to their daughter's food allergies. As they prepare to migrate away from the harsh Connecticut winter, they decide it's time to upgrade from their current travel trailer to a fifth-wheel. With two growing daughters and a necessity to work from the road, not just any coach will do for these snowbirds.
The Kilroys have loved RV-camping the past few years, but as the kids get older, this family needs more space than their current travel trailer offers. Looking for a fifth-wheel, Jim and Nadine have to decide which upgraded features take priority. They browse three great options, but the struggle comes when Jim prefers a coach with toy-hauling space and Nadine prefers one with a bunkhouse.
After getting married, adventure-seekers Joey and Brittney Lorenzo decided to forego buying a house and to instead purchase an RV. Excited to travel the country, they're looking for a travel trailer to get them through the beginning of their marriage. The Lorenzos enjoy browsing RVs, but they struggle to determine which one best accommodates the adventure they're after.
Newlyweds Heath and Alyssa love to travel, so they spent their first year of marriage visiting all fifty states in an old RV. Now, they want to keep the journey going, but to upgrade RVs. They're ready to find a Class-A that fits their style and full-time lifestyle.
Having thought about purchasing an RV for a while, the Whippo family finally decides to go for it. They are looking for a vacation home-on-wheels to enjoy with their two small sons. As they look over RVs at the dealership, they don't want to sacrifice any of their wish-list features. But the more amenities they're shown, the more complicated their decision becomes.
The Sherif family loves the outdoors, but after some tent frustrations, they decide it's time to upgrade. They are looking for a travel trailer that allows them and their daughter to enjoy nature more comfortably. Searching for their first RV, they have a tough time choosing which features will provide the camping experiences they're looking for.
The Hoovers are looking for an easier way for their family of six to travel. Inspired by the show "Going RV," they decide a Class-A Motor Home is the solution to their vacation woes. Howard and Heather aren't sure what to expect from their RV shopping trip, and they're impressed with all that the coaches have to offer. But all the great features might make the decision more difficult for these first-time RVers.
Glenn and Ulrika Peroni both grew up traveling with their families, and they want a similar experience for their family of five. But with five motorcycles to bring along for their trips, not just any coach will do. As first-time RV shoppers, the Peronis aren't sure what type of RV they need. They look at three unique models, but come decision time, it won't be easy for them to choose what features come out on top.
James and Shelly Page are ready to go from camping to "glamping," so they decide it's time to buy an RV. These newlyweds need a Fifth-Wheel that can hold their large family for their travel adventures. They browse three RVs but face a difficult decision when taking their style and budget into consideration.
Walter and Jessica Borgen love traveling with their three daughters and two dogs, so they decide an RV would be great for their family. With a passion for tailgating and vacationing, they're looking for lots of bells and whistles in a Class-A. When RV-shopping, they don't want to settle for anything less than their wish-list; however, they quickly discover a conflict between their budget and the features they're after.
Steve and Bernie Nazer aren't your typical father-son duo. This adventurous pair loves adventuring and camping together, and they're hoping to upgrade their travels with an RV. At the dealership they look at three different classes of RVs; however, the decision won't be easy as they search for a unit that offers both a comfortable drive behind the wheel, along with plenty of space for the two of them.
After living in Hawaii for five years, the Ackermans are moving back to the mainland. They want to travel the county with their two children for one year as they decide where to live, so they begin the search for an RV. Looking for a Class-A to serve as a comfortable home-on-wheels, the Ackermans struggle to choose which has the qualities their family needs for this new adventure.
Erik and Kala have been wanting to travel full-time in an RV, and now they've decided- why wait? Ready to live on the road, this young couple heads to the dealership to find their perfect Class-A motorhome. However, finding a coach with enough space and technology for them to work remotely presents a challenging decision.