Ever wonder how RVers that live on the road do their banking? Me too! But nowadays you can just bank online which I’m sure a lot of people do which makes it that much easier. Here are some tips on how some full-time RVers do banking.
When you’re a full-time RVer you want to make life simpler for yourself and that includes banking. Like I mentioned earlier it’s great that most things can now be done online. I like to take advantage of automatic bill pay for all the bills that can possibly be done this way. It ensures that they get paid on time and I don’t have to write a check!
First, I recommend doing some research on different banks before you hit the road. You need to find a bank that can be found pretty much nationwide as you don’t know where your travels are going to take you just yet. And if you don’t find a bank that has a lot of locations nationally, you’ll want to find one that allows them to receive deposits through remote ATMs or through the mail.
It’s also good to look for a bank that has a lot of ATMs that are located nationwide to avoid any service fee. Let me me tell you, those fees can certainly add up fast! And you also want to be able to use an ATM that can also handle your deposits too if necessary.
You can also always check with your current bank to see what they can offer you as a full-time RVer. That way you won’t even have to go through the hassle of setting up new accounts. Banks are pretty flexible these days so it’s definitely worth asking about.
If you’re a full-time RVer and have some experience when it comes to banking we would love to hear from you! Just post your advice below or swing by any ExploreUSA RV Supercenter!