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Today on the podcast I’m talking with Kate Mullen. A big concern I’ve seen pop up in forums and in our Facebook group has been on the subject of safety for solo female RVers.
A few questions I’ve seen come up:
“How do other women handle repairs and maintenance on the RV?”
“What are some safety tips?”
“Is it safe for me to hit the road by myself.”
Kate and I cover all of these on the podcast today and she talks about how she was able to transition her full-time employment with a consulting company to working on the road. She’s now been traveling all over the country in her Winnebago Travato for more than a year and a half.
Kate travels full-time on the road in her Winnebago Travato and has been on the road now for over a year and a half. She was able to shift her full-time employment with a consulting company after working from home for more than 3 years.
Today on the podcast we’re talking about how she’s been able to stay safe and smart on the road by herself.
A few things we cover in this episode:
- The people who have come to the rescue when Kate got herself into various pickles on the road
- The only sketchy thing that has happened to Kate in almost two years of traveling in an RV
- Apps that kate uses to send out potential emergency alerts or notify family if anything were to happen
- How Kate handles everything from maintenance on her RV to roadside assistance and other advice she would give for any female who’s considering htting the road solo.
Links mentioned in this episode:
- Campground with food truck and RV washing in Nova Scotia
- SPOT: Lifesaving GPS Satellite
- Kate’s website: TheRoadtoAdventure.com