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Old 06-18-2018, 10:42 PM   #1
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Me and the wife are looking for a class b for it’s ultra-mobility. I’m an electrician who travels for work and she is a freelance writer. Together with our pooch Cooper we want to hit the road full-time for work and play.
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Old 06-19-2018, 01:57 AM   #2
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Me and the wife are looking for a class b for itís ultra-mobility. Iím an electrician who travels for work and she is a freelance writer. Together with our pooch Cooper we want to hit the road full-time for work and play.
With your electrician background you'll be somewhat familiar and quite comfortable with the recent battery, inverter and generator technology advances in Class Bs.
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Me and the wife are looking for a class b for it’s ultra-mobility. I’m an electrician who travels for work and she is a freelance writer. Together with our pooch Cooper we want to hit the road full-time for work and play.
I would recommend that choice. Have take several month long trips around the country. It is one of the the best things my wife and I have done.

A word of advice. Class B's are intended to be driven not lived in. Stay in one place more that a week and you will have that itching foot again.
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With your electrician background you'll be somewhat familiar and quite comfortable with the recent battery, inverter and generator technology advances in Class Bs.
I recommend you a new RV of very hight quality with a very interesting floor plan that nobody has see: panoramicrv.com
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The photos are fine but the descriptions are in French. I wish I was conversant in French because IMO, it's the most beautiful sounding language on the planet.
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You can use google translate and all the wording will be in English. Also the picture talk by itself. They have a very good service and you can talk to the owner Philippe who speak very well English if you have any question.
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You can use google translate and all the wording will be in English. Also the picture talk by itself. They have a very good service and you can talk to the owner Philippe who speak very well English if you have any question.
They just need to start importing US chassis so us Yanks can purchase them. Actually, I did contact them and Philippe did state they are working with Dodge USA and hope to be able to sell them to the USA early next year.

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The photos are fine but the descriptions are in French. I wish I was conversant in French because IMO, it's the most beautiful sounding language on the planet.
Just go to the bottom of the page at panoramicrv.com and you can pick your language. It changes it all.
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