- RV Handyman
RV Handyman - If fixing things around the house is your thing, then fixing things in an RV will come easy for you.
- RV Battery Life
The life expectancy of your RV batteries depends on you. How they’re used, how well they’re maintained, how they’re discharged, how they’re re-charged, and how they are stored all contribute to a batteries life span
- Preventative RV Maintenance
A regular preventative RV maintenance schedule is the probably the one thing that will help you have many years worth of enjoyment from it, without too many repair bills
- RV Extended Warranty Tips
Tips On Buying An RV Extended Warranty
- Extended RV Service Plans
Are Extended RV Service Plans Right For You?
- RV Buying Tips - New or Used
Cost is one of the main factors concerning new versus used RV's, but there are several other factors to consider too. If you're only going to use the RV two weeks out of the year, a used RV might be your best decision. On the other hand, if you are planning on going fulltiming or traveling cross country, a new RV with a full warranty would be a better choice.
- RV Insurance Claims
After doing some research on RV insurance claims I discovered what one insurance company listed as the top five RV insurance claims filed. Today we’re going to discuss what these claims are and how you can avoid them.
- Used RV Pricing
One of the first conditions that will affect the selling price of your RV is the time of year you are selling it. If you try to sell your RV in the off season, you are less likely to get your desired asking price. Generally, buyers add in the fact they will have to store it for the winter when purchasing an RV.
- RV Water Leaks
If there is a way to get in your RV, water will find it. Water leaks on an RV can cause extensive damage and can be extremely costly to repair. When I worked at an RV dealership I saw the damaging effects that water can cause to an RV time and time again.
- RV Private Sale
Just as the RV Dealer isn't your enemy - the Private Seller can be your best friend. They don't have ANY appreciable overhead built into the sale, other than the cost of their advertising, and/or any repairs or refurbishing to be done to the RV.