I like old TV shows.

Old, and I will admit, somewhat strange. Turn on the Alfred Hitchcock Hour, the Outer Limits, or my personal favorite, the Twilight Zone, and I won’t talk to you until the show is over. One network has a Twilight Zone marathon over New Years—and what I don’t stay up to see I record, even though I haveINVENTORY2 seen most of those shows over and over. They just don’t make TV shows like that anymore.

Now, we have talked about the benefits of the Roadtrek Class B motor home, the best selling such vehicle in North America for twenty years. Regardless of whether your trip is near or far, you never have to leave home without all the comforts you are used to. Your own shower, kitchen, bedroom, and most importantly, entertainment area! Imagine after a long day on the road, and exhausting time of travel and sightseeing, how about a little rest and relaxation with a Twilight Zone or Alfred Hitchcock DVD? You can enjoy it from the twin beds in the back, or the captains’ seats up front. That’s living, folks, and living large at that!

There are so many positives to a Roadtrek. It’s easy to handle on the open road or in heavy traffic. Parking is a breeze because of the Roadtrek’s smaller size. It gets much better gas mileage than a full sized SUV. Make your own meals, no more hotels and loading and unloading the van. No more restroom breaks needed in the middle of nowhere—a Roadtrek makes traveling a pleasure across town or across the country. Wherever you want to go, the Roadtrek is more than capable of taking you there.

And to top it all off, to make it a perfect experience, there are the Alfred Hitchcock and Twilight Zone DVDs. Be careful though, you might have to sleep with the lights on!

No dealer in the country has a better selection of new and used class b camper vans than Dave Arbogast in Troy, Ohio. Their entire inventory can be viewed online, and then a quick call to one of their van experts at 1-866-975-3287 sets everything in motion. After the deal is done, Arbogast can deliver your van to your driveway anywhere in the United States! Not even a full evening of the Twilight Zone could make that scary!