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Summer is headed your way and you know what this means: Road Trips!

If you’re the adventurous kind, you’re probably looking into RVs! Some may prefer to bring the comforts of home along on a road trip, which means most of you are curious to know if your cars can be towed behind an RV.

Fortunately, you can! Here are some of the best cars to tow behind RVs!

Chevrolet Spark

Compact, smooth and only 2400 lbs., this is one of the most popular cars to tow behind RVs! It’s light, has great runabout for local driving, and its hatchback design makes it handy for detours. It’s especially popular with road runners who love staying online; Spark comes with Wi-Fi hotspot and 4G LTE connectivity giving you access to mobile services wherever you park your RV!

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When you go shopping for an RV, you will realize that there is a lot of equipment and machines that go into creating the vehicle. From electrical to plumbing to mechanical, there are different components that must work perfectly together so that you can have the best RV experience. If you are buying a used RV, you must take into account all these factors before you purchase the RV.

But will you be able to recognize the problems and the potential issues that a used RV might have?

Do you have enough knowledge and understanding of each part of an RV to make an informed decision?

While you may know about some equipment, understanding each one of them is not possible unless you are an RV inspector. And you cannot trust a salesperson to walk you through each and every potential problem that the RV may have. After all, they are trying to sell the RV and wouldn’t want to explain all the minute issues that the RV may have.

This is where RV inspectors come into play. RV inspectors have years of experience with RVs and understand how they operate. They can identify problems and issues in the RV and can help you make an informed decision.

Many of us are not aware of the fact that we can opt for third-party RV inspectors instead of the ones that are suggested by the sellers. But, should you opt for third-party inspectors? Are there any benefits to choosing them?

In this blog, we will talk about the benefits of having a third-party RV inspector and why RV dealers are slow to accept them.

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Imagine you want to buy a house.

You have visited the area and have seen the locality. You love everything. The house itself looks spectacular with a big garden and garage. The paint seems fine too. You visit the inside of the house and you simply love it. It is the house of your dreams. You want to buy it as soon as possible.

In your excitement, you let go of the home inspection. What could possibly be a problem in this house? You think that it is perfect.

You pay the money and move in. And that is when you start realizing the big mistake you have made by letting go of home inspection. Even if a house looks perfect from the outside, there can be problems in it that only an expert can find out. You will have to spend a lot of money on repairs and maintenance now.

The dream of having the perfect house seems far-fetched now.

Just like home inspections are necessary before buying a house, RV inspections are essential before you buy a used RV.

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Leaks and water seepage are two of the most common problems faced by RV owners. Even if you take care of your RV as best as you can, there are chances that the water may seep through the roof or even minute cracks in your windows and doorways.

Water damage to an RV can be very costly. Not only is it a health concern, but it can also damage the machinery, which will cost a lot in repairs. Continuous water seepage into the RV can cause serious respiratory issues for the people who use the RV often as it accelerates the growth of black mold and nasty fungi.

Most of the insurance plans also don’t cover water damage caused to the RV. This means that you will have to bear the cost yourself, and it costs a lot. Therefore, it is best to inspect your RV roof often to see if there are any cracks that are causing water to seep through to the interiors. This is your only chance of avoiding hefty costs that come along when you go to get the RV repaired.

If you wish to avoid this serious and costly problem, then you have to really be detail-oriented and responsible when it comes to your RV. You need to inspect your rig regularly and thoroughly to ensure that things don’t get out of control. The sooner you detect the problem, the lesser will be the damage.

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So, you just bought your RV.

You must have many questions in mind. All of these questions are valid, considering it’s your first RV purchase.

One of the most common questions that new RV owners have is:

‘Can I run my RV generator while driving?’

If you are looking for the best answer to this question, then you must consult an RV expert, or someone who has been driving an RV for many years now. The simple answer you will get for this question is, ‘Yes, you can run your RV generator while driving.’ Running your RV generator while driving is perfectly safe.

However, another aspect of this question is understanding how it will affect your fuel mileage. Before we answer this question, let us first take a look at the reasons why you will need to run your RV generator while driving in the first place.

 

 

 

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