The site also noted that the main RV-sharing website had "the highest recorded booking numbers in company history."
RV companies are having trouble keeping up with demand and dealers are quickly going out of stock. RV Industry Association President Craig Kirby told Reuters that he thinks "more people will start to work out of RVs come fall."
Jon Ferrando, CEO and President at RV Retailer said: "All models are in high demand and hard to keep in stock. Many models are on order for deliveries in December of 2020, as the demand has been unbelievable for the product over the past 90 days."
To give a taste of exactly what is now officially driving U.S. GDP, Inside Hook released information on some of the more popular RVs being sold.
This Bushwhacker Teardrop model starts at just $8,990 and is only 13 feet long. It can be "configured with two separate mattresses, wall-mounted air-conditioning, a two-burner cooktop, a built-in sink and one of those electric Coleman coolers that acts like a mini fridge."