I can do my work from almost anywhere with my laptop. So for the past two years, I have basically been on a permanent road trip, bouncing from city to city, enjoying incredible advertures, meeting hundreds of people and seeing friends/family that I rarely could see from a fixed lifestyle and eliminating cost of renting an apartment. The fact that I must hit the gym in the morning for a shower ensures that I keep a regular fitness routine.
I completely avoid hotels for cost reasons, so I sleep in my car when not staying with others. I have mastered all the security and safety concerns of sleeping in my car expect one aspect. I want to be able to safely sleep in my car during snowfall. I have a CB radio, cell phone, CO and smoke detectors inside my car for safety purposes (I don't sleep with my car running).
My concern is a blanket of heavy overnight snowfall covering up all ventilation into the cabin. If snow is a safety concern with car sleeping, how do RVs avoid this? Thanks