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RV Life: RVers debate ten year rule at RV parks

From the bloggers at RV Life.

Many RVs built more than a decade ago are still going strong. As vintage RV appreciation grows, many RVers ask, “what exactly is a vintage RV?” Is an older RV like a fine wine that gets better with age or is it just old? RV owners with older rigs may confront this debate head-on when reserving a spot at RV parks that enforce the Ten Year Rule.

“The Ten Year Rule” is a code that’s enforced at many upscale RV parks around the country. The rule implies that RVs older than 10 years are too weathered and worn and  should be prohibited. The rule is often enforced regardless of how pristine the RV actually is.

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