Having trouble deciding which RV is right for you? We put together a list of questions to consider before purchasing a motorhome or travel trailer.
Are you living or traveling in your RV?
Deciding on an RV requires you to determine if you’ll live or travel in your RV. If an RV is a long-term housing solution for you, we suggest a motorhome or travel trailer that has more space and is on the larger side. An RV might seem large until you get all your essentials in, and you start feeling the need for more room.
But if you only plan on using your RV for leisure and travel, you can get away with a travel trailer or motorhome that’s a little smaller.
How much do you want to spend?
Deciding how much you want to spend is an essential step when purchasing an RV. With such a wide range of RV prices, it shouldn’t be difficult to find one that fits in your budget!
If you’re having trouble finding an RV you like in your price range, there are financing options through Pharr RVs! Connect with us to learn more about financing your next RV!
How many people will you travel with?
The number of people you frequently travel with can impact what RV you purchase. Be sure to check the sleeping accommodations and arrangements of every RV you tour.
What amenities do you want?
While most RVs have the necessities like a small kitchen and a bed, other RVs have more luxurious amenities to look into.. Would you prefer to have the luxuries of your home, in your RV, like a fireplace, TV, and a full-sized fridge and oven range? Or are you okay with the bare essentials of a bed, a bathroom, and a small kitchen?
How long are your road trips?
The more time you spend on the road, the more space you might find yourself wanting. It’s perfectly normal to want some space from your family after several days of travel. A smaller travel trailer is convenient for a weekend away, but a more spacious motorhome could help your family stay sane during a long trip.
What will you store in your RV?
When you take a trip in your RV, do you usually load up with your typical camping gear, or do you like to bring other vehicles like ATVs or dirt bikes with you? If you’re looking for some extra storage space in an RV, look into a toy hauler rather than a regular motorhome or travel trailer.
Do you need a vehicle on vacation?
Your vehicle is another thing to consider when deciding on an RV. If you’d like a separate car to take on adventures, you might not want your only mode of transportation to be your motorhome. Consider purchasing a travel trailer that can be unhitched from your vehicle to drive freely.
If you’re still unsure about the best RV for your family, call or connect with us today to see some of our latest models, ask questions, and take a tour of the RV that’s right for you.