Folks displaced by the pandemic-inflected economic downturn are starting to pop up in /r/vandwellers. It’s not a bad place for them to start figuring it out.
The posts look like this:
> I’m going to be homeless shortly. Luckily I already own a van for my business and have a storage unit for what possessions I do have. .. What necessities do I need besides a cot and camper stove, pots, pans to cook. Any help or advice is appreciated.
And the locals chime in with help and encouragement. It’s a nice break from the stoners, trolls, and fools that continually smash into /r/vandwellers like waves breaking on a beach. The recently homeless are motivated and pay attention to what people say.
Tangent: Over 90% of followers don’t live in a van: