An RV’s self-sufficiency, or ability to boondock, typically lasts around 2 to 7 days depending on various factors. The fresh water supply, usually 40 to 100 gallons, can be a limiting factor, often running out in 2 to 5 days with conservative use. The RV’s batteries, essential for power, may last 2 to 4 days, but solar panels or a generator can extend this. Propane, used for cooking and heating, can last around a week with careful usage. Waste storage usually necessitates emptying within the same timeframe as water depletion. Finally, the availability of food and essential supplies will also determine how long one can remain self-sufficient.
RVs typically have varying mileage depending on their type. Class A RVs, which are the largest, usually get around 6 to 13 miles per gallon (mpg). Class B RVs, similar to converted vans, can achieve between 18 to 25 mpg. Class C RVs usually manage around 8 to 15 mpg. Diesel engines often have slightly better fuel efficiency compared to gasoline engines. The overall mileage also depends on factors like maintenance, driving habits, and load.
Our RV storage site is 8 minutes west from St. Albert just off Villeneuve Rd and Range Rd 264. Easy access to the Anthony Henday Freeway, Highway 44 and Highway #2/St. Albert Trail, St. Albert.