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RV Trader.com recently launched an Instagram photo contest, “RV Escapes,” that gives followers the opportunity to share photos and compete for a $150 gift card.
Summer is for camping. But when the mercury starts to rise, you want to make sure you and your RV are ready for the heat. With a little preventative maintenance and a few hot weather camping tricks, you’ll be ready for those dog days of summer in no time!
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Believe it or not, there are a few simple guidelines you can follow to help ensure you leave the dealership lot with a smile on your face!
Wheels and Tires:
It’s always important to take a look at the wheels and tires on any RV you might be considering purchasing, especially if it’s a used model. Make sure the RVs tires are in good condition, all lug nuts are in place and there isn’t any rust on metal components.
Buying an RV can be an exciting, yet stressful time. Properly educating yourself prior to beginning your search can help you make confident and well-informed purchasing decisions. Follow these five simple steps to make buying your RV an easy and enjoyable experience.
1) DO YOUR RESEARCH!
Determine your budget, what you want to use the RV for, and how often. Research the types of RV’s available, as well as different manufacturers.
RV’s are built to meet different needs and different price points. The price you pay for the RV and the term of the loan will determine your monthly payment. When you buy an RV, it’s important that you budget for the purchase.
1. How much you can afford to pay every month without getting in a bind?
Keep in mind this payment could be over a long-term. Remember, the term of the loan directly affects the monthly payment.
When you purchase an RV there are many things you must consider! Ask the following questions:
When we winterize our RV, we prepare it to withstand cold winter conditions. The term “winterizing” conjures up thoughts of protecting the RV plumbing system from freezing; but “winterizing” also deals with preparing the RV’s interior, exterior and chassis from damage by cold winter conditions. So, it is safe to say when we “de-winterize” our RV, we essentially reverse the steps and prepare the RV for another great camping season.