How the RV Industry has changed in the last few years
The pandemic has significantly disrupted the lives of the majority of people. Some people were able to find new enjoyable pursuits, which is a plus. In 2020, several people started RVing, either by purchasing or renting an RV.
2020 was a historic year for the RV industry
The Industry Association predicted that shipments would surpass 400,000 wholesale units in 2020 and exceed 500,000 units in 2021 by September 2020. Despite closures due to the pandemic, that would be an anticipated 4.5 percent growth from 2019 to 2020 and a predicted 19.5 percent increase from 2020 to 2021.
Why people love RVs
RVing is one of those experiences that almost everyone can support. It gives individuals a means to take advantage of the great outdoors more regularly and readily, and it adds some adventure to vacation. RVing can be a reasonably priced mode of transportation, claims DailyCaller.com. Additionally, it is a flexible method to travel (or live permanently) and has the extra benefit of social isolation.
The sector is a member of the Outdoor Recreation Roundtable (ORR), which has assisted in drawing Congress members’ attention to the partisan concerns surrounding outdoor recreation policies. The Great American Outdoors Act was supported in 2020 by the RV Industry Association. The National Park Service states that this legislation “draws income from energy development over a period of years to pay for upkeep and infrastructure for national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, recreation areas, and American Indian schools.”
The recreational vehicle sector is expecting to maintain its current momentum and continue gaining favor with the American people after a spectacular year. To assure its future success, it intends to collaborate with the new Congress and administration.