That was my philosophy. Then I bought a rig that more than doubled my mileage. I now find my fuel budget takes me a lot further. That is important unless maybe you just plan to go to a nearby campground then back. I just got back from a 8,000 + mile trip. Fuel costs were about $2,000. Had I driven my rusty crusty class C it would have been at least $4,000. Heck, now I can afford to go again. Mileage does make a difference.kccwoodworks said:Forget about gas milage and gas prices. Just enjoy seeing new places, isn't that the whole idea of owning an RV?