Oliver travel trailers are among the most popular travel accessories for the modern traveler, but they are also the most expensive, according to a new research paper.
Travel trailers cost between $6,500 and $8,000 for the latest generation, according the travel travel guide firm TripAdvisor.
The cost is even higher for older versions, which may not include a built-in wireless antenna.
A recent study found that travel trailers cost more than the average ticket for a weekend trip, and that travelers who use them spend an average of $1,800 per trip.
Oliver is not alone in making the price tag high, either.
The average cost for a hotel room is about $3,000, and a trip to Europe typically takes between two and four weeks, according Travel.com.
There are also many travel accessories that can cost more.
There is no such thing as a cheap trip to Disneyland, though, and the average price of a Disney vacation ticket has more than doubled over the last decade.
Here are some of the most common travel accessories and costs, according To Travel: • Oliver Travel trailer: $6.99 to $9,995.
• The Travel Guide: $4,995 to $8,-995.• Travel Pro: $3.99, $2,999.99.
• Travel Book: $2.99-$3.95, $1.99-2.49.
• Disney Vacation Rentals: $1-2,995, $600-$1,000.
• Universal Disney Vacations: $300-$700.
• Disneyland Resort Hotel and Resort: $500-$1.75, $300.-700.