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 RVers of the Month:    Kelly, Al and Pheebe    Why Rent a Motorhome or RV?
RV Trip Journal Sept. of 2017 Features: Travel with the Bayfield Bunch
"From the first day Kelly & I met, it was apparent we had a lot of things in common. Over the years we talked more & more of someday owning a motorhome & traveling around this big beautiful land of ours. In 1997 the dream began to take shape. We bought our first rig, an old 17 foot 1979 Dodge Centurion Class C. It was kinda beat up but it was a start. Next came a 24 foot Prowler travel trailer in 1999. From there, we shifted back to a 23 foot Gulf Stream Conquest Class C . Went all the way down to Big Bend National Park in southern Texas during the winter of 2003 with the Gulf Stream but sold it when we got back because the rig had some issues. Somewhere between then & 2006 we acquired a couple of extra doggy pals so when we decided to get another RV we had to think bigger. After waffling back & forth between a Motor Home or truck & 5th wheel trailer we decided on the truck & trailer combination & headed off for New Mexico & Arizona in the winter of 06/07. The 2004 GMC Sierra 6.0 & the 2005 Rockwood fifth wheel worked well to-gether but it didn't take us long to realize we should have decided on the Motorhome!! Nothing against trucks & fifth wheels but it just wasn't the right set up for us, especially traveling with 3 dogs at the time. When we arrived home in the spring of 07 we traded the truck & fifth wheel in on a 33' 2003 Damon Challenger Motorhome. Had that Motorhome until February of 2013 when we sold it & purchased a smaller 2013 23' Class C Sunseeker. Traded that 'too small' Sunseeker in a few months later on a 2011 26' Class C Winnebago Access. Sold that in the summer of 2014 after buying a 2003 37' Triple E Commander Class A Motorhome." For more rv Blogs visit our RV Travelogues section.
      There are many reasons why renting a motorhome instead of rv rental reasonspurchasing may be a good solution. For the individual who has limited vacation time, a short term vacation on wheels without the long term costs associated with rv ownership may be the best option. The outright costs associated with buying an rv from a dealer include; licensing fees, insurance, storage and ongoing maintenance. Couple these costs with a relatively quick depreciation rate and the motorhome rental option begins to look better by the moment.

   Another reason to rent an rv is for first time buyers. Try before you buy. You may not always be able to rent the exact model rv you wish to purchase but you will be able to find out the things you must have and those you can live without. One can also get an overall sense of their comfort level driving, parking and living in an rv for a time.
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        Choosing an insurance company for your rv may seem like a difficult and confusing task but done correctly it will save you money and many headaches. Insurance coverage for RV's vary greatly in terms of items covered and in cost, so both aspects must be taken into consideration. What and how much is covered is a basic question, a good starting point is to look for companies which offer total loss replacement, purchase price guarantee, custom equipment coverage, awning replacement coverage, diminishing deductibles, full-timers liability coverage, vacation liability, emergency expense coverage and personal effects (contents) coverage.

     You can save hundreds of dollars a year on motorhomes by requesting and comparing quotes from many companies. With most of the companies now offering online quotes, you may now compare many rv insurance companies with just a few clicks and a bit of time. Once you have all the quotes in front of you just compare coverage's based on your needs and budget. If you have any questions make sure to contact the provider to clarify them for you and always get it in writing. Our RV Insurance page lists many companies to begin your search.
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Virginia RV Sales Site Added to Dealers     09/22/2017 07:40 AM
Chesapeake RV Solutions of Chesapeake, VA. Family owned recreational vehicle dealership with a friendly atmosphere. Whether you're looking for a new RV or used RV, upgrading your current Travel Trailer, Fifth Wheel, or Motor Home it would be our pleasure to help you. Chesapeake RV Solutions is a Virginia RV Dealer near the North Carolina boarder. We carry a wide variety of the very best travel trailers, fifth wheels, toy haulers, and motor homes the industry has to offer. Our manufacturers are Jayco, Heartland RV, Highland Ridge RV, Open Range RV, and Forest River Inc.We carry quality lines, value priced that our customers enjoy. We don't carry the cheapest units in the industry, because we're concerned about quality and long term value.
Illinois RV Rental Facility added to RV Resources     09/22/2017 07:40 AM
Abel RV Center of Bartlett, IL. Abel RV Rental Company is the premier motor home rental dealer in the Chicago Illinois area. Come let us make yor vacation great. Our units are checked after every rental. Motorized units have a three night minimum rental, travel trailers have a four night minimum. Though our units have hitch recievers, towing behind our units is prohibited. Nascar events and 4th of July have a four night minimum on all rentals. Please contact us for rates information and availability.
Wisconsin RV Storage site Added to RV Resources     09/20/2017 08:00 AM
Gold Star Mini Storage of Chippewa Falls, WI. We are located just off Melby Road at the new HWY 53 bypass, convenient to Eau Claire, Hallie and Chippewa Falls. Trust our new clean secure facility to store your boats, trailers, campers and personal belongings. Our contracts are month-to-month, and flexible to your needs. Due to high demand, Gold Star has added new units to the facility. The new units include many bigger sized units with taller roll up doors for easy access with boats, trailers, pontoons, campers, and RV's. Call now to reserve your unit before they fill up. Storing motorhomes boats, travel trailers and other towable recreational vehicles.
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