Lubby25 Posted February 25, 2016 Report Share Posted February 25, 2016 I have rented 25-30 foot Class C RV's out west and locally for trips in the past four out of five summers. I have been a backpacker/camper for years and swore that I would never do the RV thing, but now I am love with the idea of jumping in and having a "home" with me for the weekend without having to be in a hotel. I wasn't actively searching for an RV yet, but just saw one that caught my eye. It is a little "older" and smaller than what I have rented, but seems to be in great shape with low mileage. What are things I should check about it and how do I know what a good price is? I checked on NADA, but their average selling price actually seems really low. I have to look into insurance, storage, winterizing, etc. I am very excited at the prospect of owning an RV. I thought it was a retirement dream, but it seems like it might be possible now! Thanks for any advice you can give me! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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