I used National Vehicle last year. I was NOT impressed. First of all, they way overprice the value of your vehicle to get your business. Don't believe them. If it was as easy to get the price they suggest, you wouldn't need them.
After decreasing the price as time goes on, they will ask for more money to put it up for auction. They swear that they can get it done there. Wrong.
Finally, when I sold it through my own advertising, unless you have them do the financing, they don't seem to care about you much to help with any paper work.
This is just my experience and I would never recommend them to anyone..
Originally Posted by dwebster
In every campers calendar, the season comes when you know it is time to hang up the RV for good. I just passed my 76 th birthday and neither my wife nor I are in good health. The last two years have seen us on the road for only short trips and not out of the state. We have reached that season.
Where to start??? Take it to a dealership to sell or sell it yourself? How to price it? All kinds of questions, very few answers.
Has anyone heard of a group called “National Vehicle Service Agreement “? They say that for a fee ( $600 ) they will take care of the advertising and sale for us. The price they are listing for is way beyond what I thought we could get.
Asking for advise.