Knowledge is Power

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You really can’t do too much research when you’re thinking about an RV purchase–especially if you’re a novice. You want to get the most value for your money, and the best way to do that is to learn everything you need to know before you start shopping. Here are some additional ideas to help determine if a recreational vehicle is right for you. We’ve already discussed attending an …

The RV Show

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Spring is just around the corner! It’s time to really get serious about that RV purchase you’re planning to make this year. You’ve studied the different types of RV’s, read up on the lifestyle, and you’ve searched the internet for information. Is it time to start looking, yet? Well, yes…almost. You should do one more bit of research before the serious shopping begins. Attend an RV show. That’s …

New or Used? That is the Question

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You’ve asked the family to think about it and they all agree that a recreational vehicle is the right fit. They are all excited about getting started and are already planning destinations they want to visit! Your research is complete, and you have an idea of what you want and how you’re going to utilize the recreational vehicle. You’re thinking that it’s about time to actually start looking …

RV Lifestyles Explained

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There are probably as many ways to use an RV as there are people who own them, but typically, the RV lifestyle breaks down into four distinct categories: Camper, Vacationer, Snowbird, and Full-Timer. Knowing the lifestyle in which you fit will go a long way to helping you decide the type of recreational vehicle to purchase. Camper – Campers, also known as weekenders, take primarily short trips. These …

Recreational Vehicle Types – An Introduction, Part 2

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As we learned in Part 1, motorhomes are self-contained, all-in-one vehicles. There are a variety of tow-behind RV’s as well. Let’s take a look at some of these towable units. In all of these units, the driver and living areas are not connected, meaning the living areas are not accessible while moving. Also, larger travel trailers will need a large storage area when not in use. The travel …

Recreational Vehicle Types – An Introduction, Part 1

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We gave a brief overview of three recreational vehicles in our last post. Let’s take a closer look at the pros and cons of the major types of RV’s available from which to choose. This post discusses the three classes of motorhome, simply referred to as Class A, Class B, and Class C. In our next post we’ll discuss the other types of recreational vehicles available from which …

Happy New Year! Is it Time for an RV?

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Most of us view the new year as a time of new beginnings and make resolutions at the start of the year. We make plans to get healthy, exercise more, or find a new job. This type of resolution is common–but kind of boring. Nearly everyone makes those resolutions. You’re a unique individual. Why not do something different in 2013? Why not make a resolution to have some …

Buying an RV

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So, you’ve decided to buy a recreational vehicle. How exciting! However, before you take the plunge, there are a few questions you should ask yourself to be sure you are purchasing the right RV for your needs. This is a very individual choice. What may seem a bonus to you, might be a problem for another family. The very first thing you should think about is your personal …

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