My wife and I have been looking to buy an RV but have been a bit hesitant to do so. We've had units before but it seems to us that so much of an RV's life is spent waiting in the driveway, maybe we should try to 'share' or 'offer a service' instead of buying. Of course, being on a tight retirees budget was also an incentive to be creative.
This is what I am thinking: many 'getting-on' older owners still love their time down south (especially the Snowbirds) but are starting to think the schlepp getting there is too hard. And the Mexican border is also a bit of a deterrent these days. So we thought we'd offer to drive a unit to Mexico (or anyplace south, really. We haven't seen the Southeast of the US yet). This would save them the time and the effort.
Because of where we live (BC), we thought we'd offer to pick up a unit in BC, Washington or Oregon a few weeks before the owner wanted it; we'd drive it to the specified designation and then take a casita or something for the duration of the owners holiday. Then, when the owner flew home, we'd drive the unit back. Of course, we could do it one way but it seems that anyone who would like to avoid the trip down, would also want to avoid coming back.
Naturally, references and such would be provided. Is this a good idea or am I just dreaming?