When deciding to purchase an RV, you may find that the process feels like a first date! You may be a little nervous, a little unsure about what to expect. The RV dealer will take you on a walk and impress you with the selection. You’ll ask questions, you’re dealer will ask you questions to get to know you. You’ll talk about your likes and dislikes, your tastes and preferences. And perhaps if things go well you’ll be driving home in a new RV.
Your RV dealer is full of useful information about RVs. You may even consider your RV dealer a human Wikipedia page! Your dealer should be able to answer any and all of your questions and help you decide just what options best suit you, a Class A, a Class B, a Class C, a Fifth Wheel, your dealer can help you determine what will work best.
The RV dealer is your first stop on the road to freedom. But it is important to maintain and nourish the blossoming relationship with your RV dealer. Even after you have filled your photo album and crossed destinations off your list, it is important to check in with your RV dealer.
Make a habit of making annual visits to your RV dealer. The service department is aptly able to provide all you will need to keep your RV running in tip top shape. Annual check-ups and tune-ups will prove to be very advantageous as it will ensure long lasting life for your motor home. After all, if you treat your RV well it will treat you well for years to come!
When you become a part of the RV community it is important and fun to participate in the available activities. Take advantage of the BBQ’s, concerts and shows that your RV dealer throws. This will be a great way to bond with other members of the RV community as well as your RV dealer.
As with romantic relationships, often the relationship individuals share with their RVs have to come to a close. When you decide you are ready for an RV upgrade the relationship you have fostered with your RV dealer will prove to be very useful. They took care of your RV needs when you purchased, they stood by you and assisted you with tune-ups and services. They know your needs and wants, they can help you upgrade to your next adventure!
Many people are not ready for a full RV commitment and would prefer an “on again, off again” relationship. If this is the case for you, you may enjoy renting an RV. RV dealers provide this option so you can test different models and experience the road from behind the wheel of an RV without the ownership payments!
The goal is to have your RV dealer feel like family. Standing by your RV dealer, you’ve seen rises and drops in the RV industry. You’ve swapped, upgraded, tuned-up and tricked out your RV. Your RV dealer has become a part of your RV life. It’s once again time to hit the road. Time to add some more snapshots to the album, time to push more pins into the map; it’s time to load up the RV and seek new adventures. But remember, while your on the road, you may want to send a postcard to your RV dealer.