The coronavirus pandemic has changed how travellers want to spend their money, and is bringing back into focus such traditional American staples as road trips  in RVs – bought or rented – rather than flights, as travellers are in self-contained units and can control their surroundings.

As a result, another popular incomer is the traditional roadside motel, because their design allows guests fewer opportunities to be exposed to other people indoors.

This article discusses the popularity of holidaying closer to home, foregoing air travel, cruises and overseas trips, making RVs sought after with demand 30% up compared to last May. Motels will also be more popular, as most properties have exterior corridors and rooms that guests enter from the outside.

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