You will go through several RVs. Shutterstock While the general surge in RV popularity during the coronavirus pandemic isn’t millennial-specific, the demographic’s rising interest in RVing has now started positively impacting sale and rental numbers. Millennials are now more interested in buying an RV than any other age demographic, according to a survey from the RV Industry Association. A millennial favorite, the Class B camper van, has seen an exceptional increase in sales and shipments. According to data from RV rental platform Outdoorsy, bookings made by the demographic spiked 70% from 2019 to 2020. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . Millennials have been renting and purchasing more RVs than ever before as road trips continues to be a bright spot during the coronavirus pandemic. According to new data from RV rental platform RVshare , 73% of millennials both this and last year reported they were “likely to take an RV trip in the future.” But this year, with borders closed and travel options limited, millennials started showing positive sentiment shifts towards road travel vehicles. While 14% of millennials in 2019 said they were “unlikely to take an RV trip in the future,” only 6% of the demographic said the same in 2020. Read more: A stock picker at a $558 billion firm lays out 2 under-the-radar trends disrupting the future of transportation— and explains why Slack and Virgin Galactic are perfect fits for his portfolio This rise in RV interest during the coronavirus pandemic isn’t exclusive to […]