Buying an RVAre you in the market for an RV? If you’re not sure where to start, we’ve got you covered. Answering these questions will give you a better idea of what kind of RV is best for you.

What kind of traveling are you going to do?

If weekend campouts is more your speed, you’ll want a different RV than you’d take on a month-long cross-country road trips. That’s why it’s super important to anticipate what type of travel you’ll be doing with your RV. Some vehicles are better equipped for long-range travel, while others work great for quick campouts. And, of course, there are lots of in-between options too.

Should I rent before I buy an RV?

If you’ve never driven an RV before, you might not have a great perspective when it comes to choosing a model that works best for you and your needs. That’s why it could be a good idea to rent a few models and see how they feel. Of course, if you’re an experienced RV-er, there’s no need.

How much work do I want?

As a rule of thumb, the bigger your RV, the more maintenance you can expect (of course, there are always exceptions to this “rule”). If you’re looking for something that doesn’t require a whole lot of upkeep or expertise, you might opt for something smaller – or make friends with a mechanic.

What amenities and options do I want?

These days, you can get an RV that does just about everything but drive itself. But all of these options and amenities come with a price, too. Decide what’s non-negotiable for you. Do you need Satellite TV, WiFi and GPS? A convection oven? A hot tub in back? (We’re only half kidding.)

Are you considering an RV? What’s on your list of must-have features?

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