You've finally taken the plunge and purchased a new RV or perhaps you are upgrading. At this point emotions are running high and all you really want to do is hit the road. But after completing your walk-through and signing the paperwork at the dealership, the next step should be to conduct a thorough test run to check out of all the systems and make sure everything is in proper working order. This may include taking your new RV for a short weekend trip to really check out all of its capabilities.
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If you are an RV owner, any product that can save on fuel costs is of interest to you. Biodiesel has the potential to decrease your fuel costs and improve the environment as well. A double bonus!
So why aren't all of our RV tanks filled with biodiesel? Obviously there are some issues that are still slowing down the process of change to this new fuel source.
Shopping for an RV can be a daunting process. There are so many different options to choose from and places to look; it can be overwhelming.
To simplify the process and make it easier for you to find just the right unit for your family, we've come up with five helpful tips to get you to your goal a little quicker.
1. Set your budget. Decide how much you're willing, and can afford, to spend. It's pretty hard to get very far down the shopping road without some kind of dollar figure in mind.
When it comes to purchasing or selling an RV, there are a number of ways that people can get scammed. Each year, some individuals are left feeling the pinch of fraudulent purchases, and the RV industry is no different. From odometer fraud to bounced checks, illegally pulled credit reports and unclear titles, bad things can happen. The good news is that there are ways you can protect yourself and keep from becoming a victim of or being associated with fraud.
Whether you are in the market for buying or selling an RV, keep these 5 tips in mind when it comes to avoiding fraud:
Solar energy is the most dependable, reliable, constantly available source of power there is, and it is especially suited for those who use a motor home.
Here are five great tips to help you conserve energy, save money, and reduce your carbon footprint while having fun on the road with a more environmentally friendly RV lifestyle.
1. Stay in Tune
When it comes to selling your RV, setting the right price is essential. Having the right price can be pivotal for getting potential buyers out to look at it, and can make the difference between getting it sold and having it sit, month after month. The good news is that setting the right price is easier than you may think!
The RV lifestyle is a laid back, easygoing existence. On the surface, traveling from destination to destination with your home on wheels appears to offer a life without boundaries. While RVing it across the country is the equivalent of a permanent vacation, there are some rules of etiquette when you reach your destination.
Traveling is a fun experience for the entire family. Going on a road trip in your RV allows you to leave your worries behind and travel to uncharted places. As you are bringing a home on wheels along, you are assured of a clean and safe place to stay every night. While your RV is a safe place to rest your head, there are other safety considerations, which must be considered to truly have a safe trip.