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Used RVs keep travelers on the road
By RODD CAYTON, The Press-Enterprise
Just because credit is tight and home equity is trending southward
doesn’t mean the dream of vacationing in a recreational
vehicle has to be parked.
People still are high on the idea of RV travel,
industry representatives say, and there are alternatives to
forking over big money for a new motor home.
The obvious one is the used motor home, said spokesman
Phil Ingrassia of the National RV Dealers Association.
A late-model used RV will cost significantly less
than a comparable new model, he said. An advantage to buying
one from an RV dealer, he added, is the dealer provides some
assurance that the vehicle has been checked out, and many late-model
purchases qualify for an extended service agreement, similar
to a warranty.
Another alternative to buying a new RV is fixing
up one’s old RV, said Valerie Parmenter, owner of V.I.P.
Enterprises in San Bernardino, Calif.
V.I.P. performs full-body repair and interior
and exterior renovations, which Parmenter said turns an old
unit into something as good as new.
The work can include replacement of appliances
and furniture, she said.
Parmenter has noticed more customers coming in
and getting their old RVs fixed up, many of whom say they were
considering buying a new model. Some, particularly first-time
buyers, are purchasing older RVs, then immediately bringing
them in, she said.
She said buying a used RV, then adding renovation
costs — usually less than $10,000 — still gets drivers
on the road having spent less than if they had made a new RV
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