Before You Buy An RV

Have you always dreamed of traveling in an RV? Before you buy one, you might want to rent one first. At the very least, make sure that you know the differences between the various types of RVs (travel trailers, fifth wheels, and motorhomes) and all the RV classes (Class A, Class, B, and Class C motorhomes). Here, RVers are sharing tips for choosing the best RV for your needs and things look out for when buying or selling an RV for full- or part-time travel.

RV Bathroom Features To Look For In Your Next RV

Here are some tips to keep in mind when you’re shopping for your next RV. They’re especially important if you’re going to be on the road for an extended period of time or planning on becoming a full timer. These tips will keep you not only clean, but happy with your RV bathroom!

Good To Know Before Renting An RV For The First Time!

My best advice is to make sure that you rent an RV from a reputable rental agency — because they will protect you from any potential RV rental pitfalls. I’ve got some tips to ensure that you don’t get burned or left stranded somewhere if problems should arise during your journey. Start here for what you need to know about the parts and systems on a rental RV.

Buying A New Or Used RV? Here’s How To Determine True RV Values

RV values are affected by more than just mileage and condition. The economy, local buying habits, even where you live will all have an impact on the true RV values. This video shows how RV dealers give themselves plenty of room for negotiation, when it comes to setting RV values.