It is not unusual for an owner, employees and the like to begin promotion, particularly of new products, by writing articles or having articles written. As well, many articles one sees written are rewards for advertising.
I do like the idea that some one is adding a new dimension to fiberglass trailers though I am not a fan of propaneless trailers, though apparantly a propane
system is available as an unconnected option.
When I look at any trailer, and more so after owning a specific trailer, the deficiencies leap out. Sometimes it's almost like the manufacturers have never lived in or traveled in their rigs for an extended period.
The small things that make living on the road easy are so often missing.
This week I had the opportunity to see an Eggcamper
. It had the smallest electric only fridge
I've ever seen. The owner had a second fridge
plugged in outside his eggcamper
When I look at a trailer I try to consider what I'm going to use it for, followed by a list of what I need to take with me, and what provision has the manufacturer made for the stuff one needs to bring.
So often RVs are not ready for living.
is the new kid on the block. I wish the company success and hope they grow and expand the industry.