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My family would like to rent a RV this coming summer. The catch is we want to fly somewhere, rent a RV there, and then explore that area. So I am looking for suggestions from experts on RV travel. We have two children who will be 8 and 4 at the time and possibly my in-laws. Any areas of the US that you think are worthwhile spending about a week exploring by RV? We are pretty open to all parts of the country. We’ve mostly been to the coasts and not much of the middle. We’ve never done it before so any advice and tips are much appreciated. *If anyone is wondering why we want to fly somewhere, we live in the southernmost part of Florida and don’t want to bother with driving through our state to get somewhere else. We’ve explored Florida a lot! In the 2021 F150s Ford has introduced Pro Power Onboard . This feature makes your truck a generator. It is available in three different levels 2.0 kW, 2.4 kW, and 7.2 kW. The highest level is only available with the hybrid engine. We are beginning our dive down the RVing rabbit hole and we’ve decided we need to buy a tow vehicle. Is having the truck be a generator enough to tip the scales from a 2020 model to a 2021, or between a Chevy & Ford? Does it sound enough better than a portable generator to pay for? Edit: I found the pricing […]