RV BUYING TIPS AND ADVICE
RV BUYING TIPS AND ADVICE. In this video, I’m sharing Rv Buying Tips whether you plan on Owning a motorhome or Buying a used camper. The biggest question when it comes to Owning an RV is whether to purchase a new or used (there are pros and cons to both). A recreational vehicle includes: motorhome, camper, travel trailer, fifth wheel (5th wheel). What to consider before you buy an rv? Deciding which RV is right for me can be super stressful when shopping for RVs. The type of rv life like if you’re going to be camping all play a role in finding the right RV.
Here is the transcript from the video:
Hey, I’m blogging Brandi, and this is RVersity, a university for RVers. In this video, I’m going to be sharing with you some of the things that you need to think about before you ever decide about buying or renting an rv. Be sure to say tuned until the end because whether you’re buying or even renting the process can be super stressful, but I’ve got a guide to help walk you through the process because you don’t want to make the same mistakes that I made. Let’s get started. When you first are thinking about RVing, you need to decide what are you going to be using it for? Are you going to be boondocking? If you don’t know what that means, I made a video about that. I’ll link to that in the description below. Are you going to be boondocking or you be hooking up to power?
Do you need to keep everything on board with you? Are you going to be staying with family? Are you going to an Rv Park? How are you going to be using this thing? Is it just something you’re going to be taking for the weekend to the lake and back home? There’s different ways and reasons that people RV. You have to think about that and then how many people are you going to be bringing in the Rv with you? All of these things play a role in what you’re using this for. Then people live in their RVs full time and you really want to consider what type of Rv get. If you want to live in it full time. Just saying! Another thing when you’re looking at a rv that you want to think about is the cost of purchasing the RV, but not just the cost of purchasing.
After you the Rv, there’s a cost of operation. You’re also going to have your insurance and then you’ve got to think about all the things it takes to actually operate the RV. To get it from one place to another. You’re going to have to have gas or diesel. To Power some of your generators or cooking devices. You’re going to have to have propane. To take a shower, You need water. To power Some of the other things in here you’re going to need either a battery power, solar power or some type of electrical hookup. Essentially have a house on wheels, but a house is connected to power sources and water supplies versus an RV is not. You either have to connect to them or you have to take them with you. Now you know some of the things that you need to think about before buying or even renting an Rv, but the right Rv All depends on your lifestyle and your budget. Now, if you need help understanding the different types of rvs and sizes that are out there, I made you a video. You can check that out. I’ll put a link to it and the description below this one, and if you’re thinking about buying or renting an Rv, I’ve got a guide for you as well to help walk you through the process so you can link to that in the description below the video as well. I’m bloggin Brandi, and this is RVersity, a university for RVers. Don’t forget to subscribe. Thanks for watching and I’ll see you in the next video. Hey I’m.. should probably change clothes because I have a guide whether you’re buying or renting to help guide you through the process, and that’s not what I meant to say. I’m Brandy and Aka bloggin brandi, and this is RVersity and ahhh