Reports & Trends
Breakdown On Monthly RV ShipmentsView summary report
RV Shipments in February 2021
Increase over February 2020
The Go RVing RV Owner Demographic Profile is the most comprehensive study of RV ownership ever conducted, providing deep insights and perspectives on the demographics and ownership habits of RV Owners, Former RV Owners, and RV Intenders. It also focuses on purchase trends, intentions, and motivations; RV usage characteristics; the importance of RV features; and, travel and recreation preferences across meaningful demographic and generational breakouts as well as RV product types. In addition to the Demographic Profile, the research also features an RV Owner Segmentation report that details seven distinct clusters of RV ownership based on RV psychographics, hobbies and interests, and RV usage.Learn More
The RV Industry Association conducted an economic impact study in 2019 to measure the impact the RV economy has on jobs, wages, taxes and spending. The study revealed that the RV industry had an overall economic impact to the US economy of $114 billion, supporting nearly 600,000 jobs, contributing more than $32 billion in wages and paying over $12 billion in federal, state, and local taxes. Use the interactive economic contributions map to view the economic impact the RV industry has in your state or congressional district.Learn More
Check out the latest RV RoadSigns quarterly report and forecast. Research is generated on behalf of the RV Industry Association by ITR Economics, the oldest privately held, continuously operating economic research and consulting firm in the United States, providing businesses with forecasting, economic information, insight, analysis, and strategy. Since 1985, their overall forecast accuracy is 94.7 percent at one year out.Learn More
A 2018 study conducted by CBRE Hotels Advisory Group that compares the cost of eight of the most popular vacation types using a hypothetical family of four, consisting of two adults and two children. The study determined that RV vacations are by far the most economical – on average 27% to 62% less expensive on a per day basis compared to other vacation options analyzed.Learn More
The RV Industry Association released its 2019 Aftermarket Parts and Accessories Customer Survey revealing key buying habits of RVers. The survey asked current RVers about their experiences purchasing aftermarket parts and accessories. The study provides a deep analysis of the aftermarket buying process with a look at how the aftermarket contributes to the lifestyle of RVers. These RVers were the decision-makers for purchase, service, and maintenance of their RVs, and had made an aftermarket purchase in the past two years. One of the critical areas focused on by researchers was discerning the primary reasons RVers go shopping or make a purchase.Learn More
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