Originally Posted by GeeSag
Can anyone comment on if there is truth to the concept that with a 30 foot there is a tendency to end up moving it less than a 25 foot.
So for snowbirds who plan to park for months and only move it a couple of times a year, the 30 foot has huge advantages.
For travelers planning to be on the move frequently, the 25 footers are much easier.
Does anyone have experience that they bought a 30' and found that they tended to move it less that they might of initially planned?
If any of the above is true, does anyone know if the 28 footers tend to be moved less as well.
The 25's just seem to be very nimble when driving.
My first Airstream was/is a 30'.
We travel with it almost every weekend and 3 or 4 week long trips per year.
No reason a 30' would travel less than a 25'.
You don't notice the other 5' while you are driving around.
All Airstream trailers are nimble, even the 34' with 3 axles.