View Poll Results: When should stickers be added to an RV map?
A place one has camped 1 9.09%
A place one has camped in the RV that the map is displayed on 5 45.45%
A place that has been visited/driven through at any time 5 45.45%
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Old 09-13-2019, 02:34 PM   #1
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I am looking for opinions regarding the U.S./North America sticker maps we see mounted on the outside of RVs.
What should the sticker represent?
A) A place one has camped
B) A place one has camped in the RV the map is on
C) A place that has been visited/driven through
Plus, does anyone know of a small, outside mounted sticker map suitable for a Class B?
Happy Camping!
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Old 09-13-2019, 05:38 PM   #2
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I am looking for opinions regarding the U.S./North America sticker maps we see mounted on the outside of RVs.
What should the sticker represent?
A) A place one has camped
B) A place one has camped in the RV the map is on
C) A place that has been visited/driven through
Plus, does anyone know of a small, outside mounted sticker map suitable for a Class B?
Happy Camping!
It's a personal choice; I don't like any extra stuff on my vehicles like bumper stickers or anything else.

It will be interesting to see what people say about this.
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Old 09-14-2019, 05:46 PM   #3
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I wouldn’t want one wither, but I’d say choose whatever your conscience feels comfortable with.
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Old 09-14-2019, 10:12 PM   #4
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We actually saw one of the maps on the side of a Roadtrek on our trip to the UP a couple of weeks ago. Hadn't seen on in years before that, and thought that craze had passed.


No way would we have on on our van.
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Old 09-15-2019, 06:11 PM   #5
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I have a couple tiny stickers in my back window. I removed the decals from my rig. Not into it... I do get pins from places and attach them to the fabric cover for the TV inside. Kinda the same thing but just for me...
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I once camped next to a lovely German couple with the same kind of sticker-map on their $500,000+ "earth roamer" RV, but it covered the WORLD... including the nautical routes they took between countries.

I only hope to be so lucky one day.
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This is my favorite interpretation that I've seen - high quality, not cheesy, and personalized with photos from each state visited. But this kind of thing may be too elaborate for use on or in a Class B. It's more like home decor.

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I have one on the passenger side of my 2006 190P. When I plan a long summer vacation, I look at the map and head to areas that haven’t been filled in yet. This summer, took off for 3 weeks and spent time in 6 new western states. No planning, just hit the road. Next big trip will be in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Indiana areas. Other than Hawaii, I hope to get that map filled. Have around 20 more to go.
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This is my favorite interpretation that I've seen - high quality, not cheesy, and personalized with photos from each state visited. But this kind of thing may be too elaborate for use on or in a Class B. It's more like home decor.

Alaskans might not be too thrilled about that map with their puny state representation.
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Being from Texas, scale looks perfectly fine to me.
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