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I'm gathering information on what i will need to do before, during, and after i take this giant dream step! I'd be coming from Indiana and would like to find a rv/camper to buy or maybe rent once I got out there. Is there a web site or link anyone could give me so I can start looking. I didn't see anything on MCW! Thanks millions and shine on you crazy diamond!
Bridget

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Comment by Lynn Kosterow on October 15, 2009 at 2:16pm
Did I miss the answer to "maybe rent"?
Comment by Jim on October 13, 2009 at 10:11pm
Good points, Coly. In any case, we just have to be very careful buying anything that's not new.

I was checking out teardrop campers. I'd love to have one.
Comment by Coly Hope on October 13, 2009 at 9:13pm
There different reasons for someone selling their RV. One reason is that the RV could be old but it could also be that the person didn't like the RV lifestyle, financial problems, health issues or they just wanted to upgrade to a newer model. The best way to check out an RV dealerships credibilty is to check for reviews online. I have also joined RV-Dreams.com which has a forum and the members there are mostly full-timers who very experienced in dealing with RVs and dealerships. I am planning on buying a RV and in researching reviews and chatting with RV owners I have learned that their is one dealership I will stay away from.
Comment by Jim on October 13, 2009 at 8:39pm
If you buy anything used you're taking your chances. Why are they selling it in the first place? It's not because it's in perfect condition; it's because the vehicle is aging and starting to break down. The big question becomes, how long will it last before I have to start spending money to keep it running? Sorta like us human beings.
Comment by Bridget Bennett on October 12, 2009 at 10:56am
A dealer is a great place to gather information!!!!
Comment by Coly Hope on October 11, 2009 at 1:14pm
I would like to know why we shouldn't believe an RV dealer either.
Comment by Connie on October 8, 2009 at 8:38am
Trish,
Why do you say not to believe an RV dealer? Are you saying none of them are creditable? It seems you could get more information on their credability than from a Joe Blow selling privately. I have bought from both and the worst deal I made was with a private person who sold me a lemon that I was stuck with.
Comment by RICK & VIRG TOWNER on October 7, 2009 at 8:41pm
Go to http://www.campingworld.com/ they are a Good Sam associate company and are usually good working with RV buyers.
Another is http://www.rvonline.com/ all private party rigs.

Good Luck on your quest.
Comment by Bridget Bennett on October 6, 2009 at 4:30pm
awesome thanks!!! yeah, like buying a car i'm sure!!!!
Comment by Trish Davis on October 6, 2009 at 12:19pm
You can find lots of information on RV.Net.
Go to the Class C forum and look for the 390+ page Dodge thread. That's us!
Don't believe one word you hear from an RV dealer --ever.

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