Michele Boyer

  • Full-time RVer with extensive experience of life on the road 
  • Contributed many articles about living in an RV for TripSavvy
  • Knowledgeable about all types of RVs and camp trailers


Michele Boyer is a former writer with TripSavvy. She is retired and lives as a full-time RVer while working on the road. She has lived in or traveled the western states extensively and ventures east of the Mississippi every now and then. She spent several years planning the switch from permanent home to full-time travel and knows what it takes to make the big changeover.

Over the years, Michele has owned, rented, or borrowed different types of RVs, including Class C, Class B, popup tent trailers, and trailers. At present, she lives in a 34-foot Airstream, snowbirding in the winter, and wandering at will during the summer. Additionally, she spent a few months as a commercial trucker after completing a three-month professional driving course. 

About TripSavvy and Dotdash

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