What Is an RV or Motorhome Broker?
As you might know, selling your RV by yourself can take up a huge amount of your time. You will need to make your RV presentable and take many, well lit, good pictures. You will need to have a detailed description of your RV and its specifications. After this you need to determine the value or RV and a fair selling price. This could be proven difficult if you don’t have access to updated RV values that dealers usually have access to.
Have a plan for how often you eat out
A huge source of joy while traveling involves taking in the culture of new locations by trying the local cuisine. While eating out is certainly a beloved staple of any road trip, making a daily habit of it certainly adds up quickly.
There are many RV clubs you can join that will offer exclusive deals for common RV expenses or needs, such as discounts to RV parks, access to overnight parking areas, discounted gas prices, etc.
All programs operate a bit differently, so it’s important to find one that’s right for your needs. These clubs can help you save a ton of cash and will generally be worth their membership fees, but it’s important that you make sure you’ll actually benefit from what the discounts are for. There are pros and cons to each, as you’ll see in this comparison of some of the most popular RV clubs.
In addition to looking out for Mother Earth, high energy usage can add up quickly. While most RV parks include electricity in their nightly rates, some have meters that measure the electric usage of each individual campsite and will bill customers individually. This happens more commonly with extended stays, but some RV parks do this for short-term guests as well.
To avoid high fees, here are a few quick ways to minimize your energy use: