Perhaps. A sprinter van will take a ton of weight too and be better to drive.
A Sprinter will take less than a tonne and be better to drive on a sealed road. A cab over truck like this one will take well over a tonne but do much better in driving crapper roads.
Here in Oz, I would take a cab over truck over a Sprinter as an expedition vehicle every day of the week and twice on Sundays. No question. And if I wasn't going remote then I would get a much smaller van than a Sprinter.
@pip-bip Oh, for sure...just sucks when I just found out I have to pay $2500 back in taxes because of the COVID CERB benefit last year as I wasn't working so I received it and I then find out we're going back into lockdown at the same time....where I won't be working again for 2 weeks, lol.
@spacekraken I was a doubter for a very, very long time. I never had too much trouble pushing my plus size 2.8"s through most of the light snow we get here, but we actually got some genuine snowfall this year and it was nearly impossible. Also, during the freeze/thaw period here you shouldn't be riding trails to avoid damaging them, and I got tired of riding only road from late February to late April, so I finally pulled the trigger. I guess I'm a believer now.
Somewhere around here, but pretty sure that spot's metered and there's far better places to set up shop in easy driving distance. I don't think it would make much sense as a permanent residence in Atlanta.