The only caution I would offer is to ensure you have a reliable and secure way to use the internet. On a couple of long trips, we used up our monthly phone plan data allotment, which we thought would continue to work even if we exceeded our data limit. We found out that when we went past 30gb data service was throttled so severely that we couldn’t even open a web page. We’ve since upgraded to a better data plan, but it’s way more expensive.
Do not be tempted to conduct any financial transactions on public networks (like campgrounds and Starbucks) unless maybe you use a VPN. There are tons of lurkers out there that use bots to intercept an open url. When you enter a password, you’re toast. A couple of years ago, our Discover Card account was stolen. We Traced it to using a guest internet connection in a Marriott hotel. It took us several months and countless sleepless nights working to get it un-screwed. The thieves had gone into our account, changed the billing address and password, then attempted to run up thousands of dollars of charges. At times, before beefing up our data plan, we had to call banks and billers rather than use an unsecured network.
Jim. 2021b Micro Minnie 2108DS, 75/15 and 100/30 mppt
2021 GMC Canyon Denali 3.6L Gas 4x4, Husky C-Line
170AH LiFePo4, Xantrex XC2000, Champion 2500w df