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Signs That it’s Time for a New RV

From life changes to rising fuel prices, your RV may no longer be working for your current situation. Read on for a few signs that it’s time for a new RV!

More campers in your crew

Is your RV bursting at the seams? If you’ve added more campers to your crew, it might just be time to start shopping for a bigger RV. There are plenty of family-focused RVs to choose from, including the always popular bunk models.

Fewer campers coming along

Empty nesters? Going solo? It’s time to trade in that bunk model for a sleek new Class B. Or maybe you’ll be upgrading to a Class A beautifully designed for two.

Fuel costs rising

Is your fuel budget overtaking every other RVing expense? Maybe it’s time for an RV that costs less to tow or drive. When shopping for a new RV, look for lighter-weight construction and a more fuel efficient engine.

More repairs than you can keep up with

If your aging RV is spending more time in the repair shop than on the road, it may be a better financial decision to retire your old wheels and start shopping for something new.

Camping style change

There are RVs for every style of camping. From RV resorts to off-the-grid adventures, if the places you want to camp don’t suit the style of RV you own, it’s time for a change.

Are any of these signs resonating with you? Stop by your local RV Care Dealership to see what’s on the lot!

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