It was more than 13 months ago, as the coronavirus pandemic was raging and the vaccines were still more than six months away.
Nobody was flying; cruise ships were grounded, and train travel was at a standstill.
But for those who had wanderlust, there was always the old-fashioned American road trip, which led to a surge in the sales of recreational vehicles.
Now all those sales are about to pay off.
According to a recent survey, 31 percent of U.S. leisure travelers – 56 million people – are planning on taking an RV vacation this summer with 65 million planning an RV trip within the year.
The survey was done by Go RVing, the trade group for the recreational vehicle industry.
Unlike the summer of 2020, the pandemic is not the primary…