RV Facts You Need to Know Before You Sign on the Dotted Line
While owning an RV is an awesome family adventure just waiting to happen? If you’re thinking about purchasing an RV this summer, here are RV tips to consider before you purchase.
According to an article at thenownews.com, “Facts About Buying an RV”
“Today’s recreational vehicles are much more than meets the eye, and it pays to attend an RV show to become acquainted with the various types of motorhomes. This way you will be familiar with the jargon and have a reasonable idea of what you want before going to a dealership.
There are various classes of RVs, but the largest ones tend to be the most expensive. Some RVs have an engine and are driven like a bus, while other models hitch to the back of a truck or van. If you will be towing an RV, you must be certain the car or truck doing the towing is equipped to tow a vehicle the weight and size of your particular RV.
Some RVs have fixed dimensions, while others expand, either manually or electronically, pushing out walls to provide even more interior room when the RV is parked. RVs have different floor plans, and there are many different models to fit a buyer’s needs.
Many RVs are equipped with no-frills furnishings, but there are models that feature top-of-the-line appliances and fixtures.
It’s possible to get granite counter-tops and cherry cabinets in an RV, but such accessories will increase the cost of the vehicle. Upholstered sofas and dining room banquettes may be upgraded to leather. Some RVs have an additional kitchenette built into the exterior of the unit for easy access when barbecuing or cooking at a campsite.
How you plan to use the RV should also be considered prior to purchasing one.
Will you be spending time cooking meals and sleeping inside, or will it mainly be used as a storage unit for your camping gear? Do you plan on taking extended vacations and desire all the comforts of home? Defining these goals will help you find the right RV for you.” To read the entire article click here.