Reviewing the RV or Camper Purchase Process

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Review the whole purchasing process when buying an RV or camper in this free video clip on buying an RV or camper.

Part of the Video Series: How to buy RV's & Pop-Up Campers
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Video Transcript

This is a tape entitled "How to purchase an RV." Ok now let's draw all of this back together, we've talked about a lot of variables that we're doing in ordering to purchase your RV. But let's talk about them step by step, remember your first step is meeting and greet. That's where the salesman and you want to get to be friends, want to get to be acquaintances, and want to be camping buddies. We want to find out what you're looking for in your camper, the second thing we talk about is tow vehicles. Can you tow this vehicle, can you, are you going to have to buy another one. We want to make sure that tow vehicle and your camper are matched up. That's very, very, very important, how are you going to use your RV? Are you going to be on weekends? Are you going to be using it for weekly times? Are you using it full time? Do you use it in your business? All these are very, very important, what type do you need? Do you want a pop-up? Folding trailer? Camping trailer? Travel trailer? Fifth wheel? Class A? Class B? Class B plus? Class C? The list goes on and on, we want to make sure we get all of that paired up together too. Then once you agree to that, what's a good price? What do I have to pay down? Am I going to finance it? Am I going to pay cash? What happens once I agree to that? What's my walk around and who's going to teach me about all this stuff that this RV has? And then after the point of sale, what's available to me? What kind of clubs do I need? What am I going to do? You know I can remember when I was growing up that my dad drove for a bus company, Carolina Trail ways, and he would get two weeks off a month or a year excuse me and we would go to the mountains up in North Carolina. And if you have never done that you need to do that, Blue Ridge Parkway is to die for. You get up there and we started out camping in a tent on the ground. I can remember camping in the tent water storm come through or a rain storm would come through and we were floating around on our air mattresses. Then I can remember our first pop-up. All of these are memories that nobody will ever take away from me so now when you're out there with your family they are going to leave their cell phones at home. They are not going to be able to text message anymore, take a TV if you want to but that's not what you're going to want to do. The only thing that you're going to want to do is be in that camper when it's time to go to bed and have something to eat. So do me a favor, do yourself a favor, do your kids a favor and go camping.


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