Many times when people buy a new or even used RV, they are handed a box of manuals, pamphlets, brochures and papers. Then someone pats them on the back and wishes them luck on their adventure. Even if you took the time to read all those manuals, you’re still prone to making newbie mistakes. You don’t know what you don’t know, right? That’s why experience is often the best teacher.
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.
Large RV shows with multiple dealers and vendors can be a bit daunting, but if you put on your comfortable shoes and take advantage of all the great things they offer, you can accomplish a lot. Here are some of the advantages of attending an RV show:
While a salesperson who does this for a living may approach a transaction more professionally and methodically, there is no reason for RV buyers to feel pressure or feel rushed and not enjoy the experience. You are buying a product to have fun and make memories. That starts with the buying experience.