Off Grid and in the Media

 
“Best For Long Hauls Editor’s Pick:
Thanks to the Off Grid Adventure Van’s solar panels, Murphy bed, and full bath, trips are sustainable and comfy.”
— Country Living Magazine
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CURBED, 2018:

“Two factors make fancy adventure vans out of reach for some people: price and the fact that most conversion companies are located in the West. Based out of Maryland, Off Grid Adventure Vans is hoping to fill these gaps.”

 
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CURBED, 2018:

“Off Grid Adventure Vans is a new conversion van company that aims to produce a more environmentally sustainable, budget-conscious van, and these vans are much cheaper than most conversion van companies.”

 
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Trucks.com, 2018:

“The company specializes in conversions of the Ram ProMaster that cost on average $20,000 less than similar builds.”

 
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The wayward home, 2018:

“These Dodge camper vans are constructed by a team of experienced outdoor enthusiasts who are carpenters, electricians and designers.”

 
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seattle pi, 2018:

“Off Grid Adventure Vans is located near Washington, DC, and is committed to creating a budget-friendly Dodge Promaster camper van that's also good to the environment.”

 
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Adventure journal, 2018:

“The conversion looks well-thought out and well-appointed too.”

 
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New atlas, 2018:

“Van life, solar power, open-road adventure and sustainable wood ... what more could a fun-seeking millennial want?”