Demand for RVs grows as coronavirus crisis changes the way we travel. ‘I can see so many people doing it this summer.’

An avid traveler who’s flown all over the world, Pam Katz admits she was a rookie when it came to RVs.

Before COVID-19, the Deerfield mom never gave much thought to recreational vehicles, a broad category that includes everything from towable pop-up campers to luxe motor homes tricked out with heated floors, fancy entertainment centers and walls that expand with the push of a button.

“An RV trip was never on my bucket list,” said Katz, who nonetheless found herself at 83RV in Long Grove in late April, paying a little over $2,000 to rent a Coachmen Freelander.

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