The Truck Camper As A Bug Out Vehicle

I like the idea a lot: Put a truck camper on a diesel truck and you can still pull a cargo trailer (or a trailer with a dirt bike) behind it.  Or even a boat.

The only apparent negative is that– after talking with a friend who is an RV expert– the truck campers can be kind of “tippy” in the wind.  The other big negative is that if you’re stuck in grid-lock for hours (picture the highways leading away from New Orleans in the run up to Katrina) … you have no way for your passenger to use the bathroom or lie down and take a nap.  With a Class C RV, they just get up and go in the back.  So, definite trade-offs, but I think the truck camper idea is still worth merit.

Take a look at this article:

The Truck Camper As A Family Emergency Vehicle
http://www.truckcampermagazine.com/newbie-articles/the-truck-camper-as-a-family-emergency-vehicle

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