I’ve started learning German language and immediately found this travel blog. It still fits ExtremeRVTravel theme so couldn’t resist posting it. Unimog is well known Mercedes (Daimler) 4×4 truck used for firefighters, utility trucks and many other purposes. Due to its reliability there are quite a few trucks converted to RV, although not as many […]
Brudder EXP-6 is an example of new class of “go-anywhere” Extreme off-road travel trailers; robust but luxurious, lite, agile, energy self-sufficient, designed to follow any towing vehicle…
What do you think about smaller ones? I think it’s perfect for a couple (perhaps with 1-2 kids) to explore around.
For a long time Chinese manufacturers of extreme RVs were using imported chassis like Unimog for their production, but now Beijing Man Site Special Vehicles Co., Ltd. made it’s first RV called Monster based on local produced chassis.
This is a bit too much for myself but looks very cool. For some reason these are very popular in the Middle East, probably due to high cost and too much sand around. Doubt anything can stop this monster but not sure if those are legal on public roads 🙂 And I’d guess mileage is […]
Priced right about $250,000 for used one and starting from impressive $451,000 for new one EarthRoamer gets all the attention it deserve. It has so much water and fuel you can spend months without hookups in the campground. I’d go crazy on this thing, but so far only in my dreams. Think of it as […]
This is the one I want to get eventually. I owned 40′ Class A RV and quite often wanted to go on a dirt road but really couldn’t. I mean technically it’s possible but the average speed on the washboardy road is about 3-5 mph and sometimes you need to make 50 miles to the […]