What is the real impact of high gas prices on using a Roadtrek van motorhome
Since 2007, gas has gone up by about $1.00 and diesel by $1.10 per gallon.* That’s only $7 to $8 more per 100 miles in a fuel
efficient Roadtrek van motorhome!** If fuel went up even more, would that keep you from enjoying automotive luxury with the
convenience of having your own kitchen, bathroom, changeroom, family room and bedroom - all in a vehicle that fits in
a normal parking space and can be used as a second car?
* According to U.S. Government Energy Information Administration as of September, 2008. ** Roadtrek owners often quote 16 highway MPG for Chevrolet based Roadtreks and 21 for Sprinter based. Some get better, some get worse. Your economy may vary. While traveling we assumed a city/highway MPG of 80% of highway MPG. At 12.8 and 16.8 MPG, you would consume 7.8 and 6.0 gal. every 100 miles. At $1.00 and $1.10 per gal., it would cost only $8 and $7 more.