Staying in your coach for an extended period is lots of wear and tear on the coach and a PITA for you. Every AM, you have to get up, tear everything down for travel, unplug water, sewer, cable and power, bring the slides in, fire it up and drive a couple of hundred yards (not good for a big diesel). Then you have to go somewhere for the day (unless lucky enough to be having work done that would allow you to stay in the coach...which would get old), then at quitting time, reverse the AM procedure. I've dropped my coach off twice. Once I had a 750 mile trip home, the second time only 300.
2014 American Eagle 45T
Pulling a Honda CRV