hashtag-vanlife stuff, sure, some of those conversions are neat. truck bed campers exist and you can buy one for less than the cost of a fucking 4x4 ambulance conversion, but whatever
tiny houses are always just like "here's our shed. it kinda has running water but the only shower is outside. we sleep together on a lofted twin bed and our kid sleeps on the kitchen table next to the toilet"
@human_equivalent based on anecdotal evidence from my retired (white) grandparents traveling up and down the east coast of the US with their fifth wheel, you can park a "proper camper" just about anywhere (truck stop, back corner of a random parking lot, etc) for a night or two without running into trouble
@proto Cool. Nice. In Sweden, if you're going somewhere where people usually camp, like close to a particular forest or beach, there are designated camping spots that you often have to pay for stopping at. Sometimes that could be worth it, sometimes not. Where there are camping areas it's usually forbidden to park anywhere but in the camping area if you have a camper.
I've seen a lot of that, but I've gone by car and haven't had to adapt, so I'm not super sure.
It's also basically forbidden to park campers outside of a few designated areas in any major city. A van could park in any car parking spot.
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