Day: February 24, 2019

When an RV can cost almost as much as a sticks-and-bricks home on an RV, the stakes are high. Buyers need to be aware of the risks and know what they are buying, or they might find themselves without the cash they put into it and without a working and livable RV.

Prosperity without pain. It sounds wonderful. But many people forget the painful, often arduous little steps along the way that prepared the recipient to receive prosperity. The test for significance always comes through our response to the insignificant matters put before us.

Whether searching for whales off the coast of British Columbia, free range bison in Saskatchewan, grizzlies in the Yukon, snow geese in Quebec or wolves in Ontario there’s no doubt visitors are in awe by what they can see. Not only is Canada’s wildlife exceptional, their natural habitat is off the charts inspiring.

Over the years, I have read many humorous comments on social media from full-time RVers, so I compiled this list to help people determine if they have been bitten by the full-time bug.

What happens when you decide to sell or trade in your RV that has years of coverage left? Good news. You have options to explore based on how you paid for the service contract and what company you purchased it from. You most likely can receive a pro-rated refund based on the remaining term of the policy.


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