So I'm getting ready to graduate college with no debt (thanks to the Marines) and have always wanted to build my own home. Having it be small and mobile is a huge plus since I can never really stay in one place for too long.
The biggest concerns I've had are for those who live in theirs or who have traveled a lot, where do you park them? Do police pester you if you park in an otherwise normally legal parking area on say a street?
Do I need a CDL license to drive one?
What is the normal means of powering electronics without running the engine? Or if engine is required can I store that energy for awhile? How feasible are solar panels?
I understand gas mileage will be pretty awful but where can I look to get on the high end of some of the ranges I've read? (8-15mpg)
Where I live in New Hampshire there seems to be some nice "fleet maintained" buses available. Is there really a huge difference in buying newer versus something a few decades old as far as the engine is concerned? I have about $9,000 saved up but ideally I would like to have as tight a budget as possible in order to make it as homey as possible.
Oh also, how much would a new set of tires cost?
Here's a couple I've found