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2022 Living Vehicle PRO EV Mobile Office Travel Trailer reviews

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Brett Henrichsen

Reviewed on August 16, 2023

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The Ultimate Off Grid Travel Trailer If you’re looking for the ultimate off grid travel trailer, don’t even look elsewhere… why? Read on! It’s always been a dream of mine to drive around the country visiting the National Parks and remote locations with my dog. My father and I used... read more
The Ultimate Off Grid Travel Trailer If you’re looking for the ultimate off grid travel trailer, don’t even look elsewhere… why? Read on! It’s always been a dream of mine to drive around the country visiting the National Parks and remote locations with my dog. My father and I used to hike to remote locations where no else was around for miles, so my #1 requirement was a trailer I could take off the beaten path as much as possible and survive as long as possible without needing to go back into civilization. I knew I didn’t want to be parking in campgrounds, parking lots or KOA’s. Sometime in 2018 I started searching the web for “off grid travel trailers” and I remember Living Vehicle popping up in my search results. This looked like the ultimate dream trailer, but I made myself click away when I saw configurations pricing out as much as a real home. I looked at Earth Roamer (some models even more expensive than Living Vehicle), they looked cool, but didn’t have the tank capacities or maneuverability, and many said they spent more time being repaired than being used. Then I came across the Black Series HQ19, a compact off road travel trailer at a decent price. I took the plunge to see if I really would like this ‘off grid’ camping experience enough to invest further. After a few trips with Logan, I was hooked. I was able to last a few days with short showers and a generator… but it soon became apparent I wanted to stay off grid longer than this fun trailer could last… it didn’t have the tank or power capacities to last more than a few days, and even though it was just me and Logan, it felt cramped and uncomfortable to ‘live in’ for a long period of time I found myself staring at the Living Vehicle website again and again, and decided to reach out to Matthew and Joanna (I’d already taken a brief tour on a trip to LA) to see about finally getting my dream. I don’t have much patience for ordering and waiting, but as luck would have it, a pre-ordered vehicle was coming available. It was a sign. I bit the bullet and bought it. It’s been the best purchase of my life. Everyone who steps foot inside is in awe. Every little detail has been thought out. The moment it was delivered Logan and I took it on a 6 week journey up through the Tetons, to Yellowstone, Glacier, into Canada through Banff, and then back. Not once during those 6 weeks did I feel cramped or uncomfortable. It’s like living in a small apartment (some friends have commented it’s more spacious than their New York apartment!). I had a dishwasher, washer and dryer, and a spa bathroom. Instead of feeling the need to get home, I actually felt the opposite, I didn’t want to go home, I wanted to stay driving around with my Living Vehicle even longer. I opted for the “Mobile Office” configuration because I wanted to be able to work off grid and feel like I had my full office with me. I have two monitors, speakers, and Starlink with internet as fast as home. I can work in the morning, hike in the afternoon, and chill with Logan on the bed at night watching movies in the home theater (which by the way, sounds better than my own home setup.) Since a kid I’ve been fascinated with campers, trailers, and RV’s, always wanting one… I’ve had the opportunity to consider and look at RV’s and motorhomes, trailers, Airstreams, you name it. I’m convinced the Living Vehicle is the perfect balance of size, portability, and versatility. With a motor home you’re stuck in one big huge vehicle you can’t take a lot of places. I can pull my Living Vehicle almost anywhere (check out the pics), detach, and run an errand if I need to with the pickup truck. I ran into an Earth Roamer in Yellowstone who wanted to tour my Living Vehicle and even he was in awe and wished he didn’t have what he had. He seemed to agree with me, his rig was just too big. On one excursion I met some friends who had purchased another ‘off grid’ travel trailer that was already having problems despite being brand new. Their service department was backed up, hard to deal with, and rude when asked questions. I’m happy to report that the very few times I’ve needed assistance with something (there is always going to be a part that breaks or comes loose in pulling a trailer miles around the country), the team at Living Vehicle has answered every call on the first ring and even sent parts overnight with no questions asked. Their service department is second to none with feature requests and repairs. In my year owning the Living Vehicle we’ve come to feel like we’re part of a family, and are already watching the site thinking of trading in few a new model in several years. I can even see myself retiring in the future, selling my home, and living full time travelling around the country in my Living Vehicle – really LIVING in a VEHICLE. Earlier in my review I mentioned that full featured LV’s can start to price out the same price as small homes… and after spending close to a year in
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