Re price / negotiation; check RVTrader.com: RV Sales - Class A, B, C Motorhomes, Travel Trailers, & Pop Up Camper RVs For Sale
. Check for the specific model you're now looking at and then, check similar models. The price variation for the same model can be substantial. When you can show your dealer, that the model you're interested in can be had for much less, he'll be more likely to deal. RVTrader.com will have thousands
of RVs; enough to make your head spin.
As already mentioned, pay CLOSE
attention to YOUR
vehicles' TRUE tow capacity (as opposed to the "general" or standard tow rating) found in promotional literature. Virtually anything you change or add can affect a vehicle's actual
tow rating. Read the placards that Federal Law requires on all vehicles. When you do tow, ensure that ALL
the tires are properly inflated. Find and attend
an RV Boot Camp. Escapees RV Club runs an excellent Boot Camp. Boot Camp will explain and demystify RVs. Mistakes with RVs are often expensive and can be dangerous. Boot Camp graduates are safer RVers. The time and money you spend attending an RV BootCamp will be VERY
well spent. Escapees are still running their 1/2 off membership (now $30). In addition to getting a printed magazine, Escapees have extensive forums on virtually every RV topic imaginable. Make lists! Details on RVs, needs, things you want or don't want, dealer info etc. You're going to come across SO many things that you can easily be overwhelmed. Good lists will help you keep track and make sense of details. I find it helpful to eliminate negatives. Many people seem to either ignore or downplay negatives. I can understand that you're raring to go. Buyers who rush the purchase are often a dealer's dream. If you can, slow down and be as well informed as possible. GOOD LUCK!