WASHINGTON — Thinking about buying at RV? Hold up. Don’t do it until you follow our advice. What advice is that?
Simple: Try before you buy.
Unless you are an experienced RVer and know – from experience – just what you want, RV newbies should try out an RV for a couple of days to make sure it fits their needs and lifestyle. In our interview f the week coming up in a few minutes, we introduce you to Outdoorsy, a company that specializes in helping people find RVs to rent.
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