No, I'm not referring to the TV show where you eat insects or are surrounded by snakes while people at home say, "Ewww!" I'm talking about why more women aren't behind the wheel of their RV sharing the driving and enjoying traveling with their spouse/significant other/partner/friend. Many couples check into the park where I work and not many women are driving. The women will take care of the reservation, the registration when they arrive and may even drive the toad to the site after it's unhitched. Then she disappears inside the RV while he (and it's usually a he) takes care of connecting the power, water, sewer and TV cable, and levels the jacks.
Why aren't more women driving RVs? Most say they are afraid or just don't want to drive it because it's too much to handle. They don't help with setup or breakdown because someone else will take care of it. And when that "someone else" is gone, those women have a very pretty expensive toy they can't play with. They sell it at a loss because they never even tried to learn how to use it.
Well, I know an 89 year-old woman who travels alone in her 27-foot motorhome towing a VW Beetle. She's been traveling for many years and is planning to continue to enjoy her life on the road until she needs to hang up her keys. There are women in the RV Travel Forum who drive and take care of their RVs not because they have to; they want to.
If you haven't seen the world go by your window while driving your RV and listening to music or the sound of your own breathing, you haven't truly appreciated what traveling in an RV can mean. As the ad says, "Just do it."