So would you have some kind of setup in your vehicle that would allow you to sleep etc and take advantage of nomadic services (like trailer parks amenities and stuff)? (Do you live in the US?).
Yeah, I live in the US. I've only camped out of a vehicle for a few days at most in the past (a Toyota Corolla at that, and I set up a tent outside on the ground every night after traveling to a new spot). But a good setup to me would be a van, or a truck with a camper shell and a long enough bed, or an suv if it has enough space in the back. That way you can sleep in the vehicle wherever you go. Then from there you can pack the essentials, like your clothes of course, but also a cooler, a camping stove and some propane bottles, water bottles, food, dishes, hygiene stuff, etc etc.
It can be a lot of work (I know from experience), but I think once you do it for a while you can kind of optimize your routine. I haven't done it for long enough to anything about long term nomadic living, but from what I know you can take advantage of certain apps that tell you about camping spots and places to park, and park amenities are great to have too- especially if they have showers- but you could also bathe in rivers if you want to I guess. Also I've been to some camping spots before that have pretty terrible bathrooms/shower rooms... to the point where you'd rather do your business outside in the forest lol but if you're prepared that's no big deal.
I don't know precisely what setup I'm going for yet, it's likely to be an suv of some sort but I have to see what I can afford.