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SPOKANE, Wash. — Perhaps you’re ready to buy a RV for travel or camping. That can be a journey in itself to choose from among multiple RV types in a range of prices.
Finding a good match depends on how you plan to use the RV along as well as the amenities you consider “must haves.” Is it mainly for weekend jaunts or longer trips? Do you need more space for kids, or for those ATVs?
Many RV newbies start outdoor adventuring with a tent trailer, also known as a pop-up trailer. It’s a budget-friendly way to discover if you like to go vagabond for a few days. Seasoned travelers or retirees might move into a fifth-wheel or Class A vehicle, if the budget allows.
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