- The RV industry continues to remain resilient through the coronavirus pandemic with more RVs shipped in September 2020 than September 2019.
- According to RV Industry Association’s September 2020 survey of RV manufacturers, last month saw the shipment of 41,509 RVs, which is a 31.2% increase from September 2019’s 31,639 shipments.
- Travel trailers, fifth-wheel trailers, folding camper trailers, camper vans, and truck campers all saw an increase in popularity in September, while orders for Class A and Class C RVs decreased.
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The RV industry’s resilience to the coronavirus pandemic’s tumultuous effects on the travel industry continued to remain strong in September, according to the RV Industry Association’s survey of RV manufacturers.
The upward trend was initially revealed towards the beginning of the pandemic…