From the bloggers at RV Life.
When you buy a used RV for full-timing you won’t have some of fancy bells and whistles that new RVs have. But the upside is that you’ll kick off your new lifestyle with a lighter debt load and far less worry when you roam. Of course, used RVs almost always have something wrong but you can avoid the most costly issues by following these four basic used RV buying tips.
Know what you can afford after you buy
Used RVs save money upfront, but even the best ones eventually need work. Before you decide on a rig, take an honest look at your finances. Even the best full-timing budget has uncertainty. Do you have the financial cushion to cover regular and unexpected repairs on that rig?
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