Van life means freedom for some and economic necessity for others

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There is a romantic lure to the idea of packing it all up, travelling and waking up in a new location.

Some van lifers and digital nomads are in it for the adventure. Others are trying to survive in an era of lack of affordable housing and no alternatives.

As Kayla Mclean reports for The New Reality, the van life trend shows no signs of slowing down.

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