Why a cheap RV may be best for you. Or not! Not all RVs are created equal. The cheapest construction may be just fine for the weekend camper, but a rig with sturdier construction would serve the avid or full-time RVer far better. Which is best for you? Here are some tips. How to get the most from an RV show Winter RV shows provide excellent opportunities for dealers to preview
their newest models and for potential buyers to see all the latest
bells and whistles. Here are suggestions about how to get the most from an RV show. RV bathroom design often underrated in buying process The most
under-rated area in an RV is the bathroom. First-time buyers tend to
ignore the size and features of RV bathrooms, only to learn later that
they spend more time in those tiny spaces than they thought they would. Learn here what to look for in an RV bathroom (or be sorry). Which RV floor plan is best for you? When shopping for an RV you will quickly discover that there are many available floor plans. So which one is right for you? RV expert Mark Polk offers advice. Where will you store your RV after you buy it? If you are planning to buy an recreational vehicle, but are unsure
where you will store it when not using it, you are asking for trouble.
In many cases, finding a place to store an RV is as hard or harder than
finding a place to buy one. Get to know a recreational vehicle with an RV factory tour The best way to "get to know" a new RV you are interested in buying is not by seeing it on a dealer's sales lot, but by watching the model being built at its factory. Not all RV salesmen created equal: watch out for the bad guys A bad salesman cares little about you and your needs. He is looking for
a commission plain and simple. He'll say whatever it takes to part you
with your hard earned cash. Watch out for this fellow. Consider where you will camp when choosing size of an RV Before you buy your next RV, consider how and where you will use it most. The longer the rig, the fewer campsites you'll have to choose from. RVers stick (mostly) to traditional RV financing Buyers of recreational vehicles choose to finance their RV through a bank or credit union than by other means according to a March, 2007 survey by RVtravel.com Buying a used RV? Do your homework! Buying a used RV is a bit like gambling at the race track: When you
win, you could win big. But, there's always the chance you could lose!
Fortunately, with a little homework and patience, you can dramatically
increase the odds of winning. The Pre-Delivery Inspection – Your chance to get it right You bought your first RV. Before you drive it off the lot though, you've got an important task: the Pre-Delivery Inspection. This is your chance to make sure that everything works and that you know how to work everything. Take full advantage of this opportunity. Emergency Road Service - Get the right plan Like any insurance plan, Emergency Road Service is an investment that
you hope you'll never need. Make sure that your emergency service plan
will meet your needs. Buying an RV? Think differently! Whether you plan to spend $5,000, $50,000 or $350,000 for that first or fifth motorhome, travel trailer or fifth wheel trailer, you need to look at the RV "differently" before plopping down your cash. Do you want the basics or real luxury? Many first time RVers will start with a model that provides just the basics. But sometimes there are options or accessories that you cannot do without. Here's a list of some of the options that you might want to consider to make your RV feel like home Attractive interest rates, flexible loans meet most RV buyers needs Financing an RV is a relatively easy and straightforward process. Insurance plans designed to meet the specific needs of owners and their type of RV are also available through numerous insurers familiar with the way RVs are built, used and repaired.