SOUTHLAKE, Tex. — RVs are officially 107 years old this year and they’ve come a long way from the original designs. Those early RV pioneers could never imagine that today our rolling homes would have luxuries like indoor plumbing, flat-screen televisions and even fireplaces.
People always found a way to use cars as some form of temporary shelter, but the first “official” RV debuted in 1910. It was a Pierce-Arrow’s Touring Landau. This rustic rig “had a back seat that folded into a bed, a chamber pot toilet and a sink that folded down from the back of the seat of the chauffeur, who was connected to his passengers via telephone,” according to Smithsonian Magazine.
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