Frequently Asked Questions

Starting point for new RVers

If you are new to RV's, we recommend that you come by the lot to see inventory with a no pressure sales environment, we will walk you through the learning and decision steps for determining which RV is right for you.

The major RV lifestyles are the following: Campers / Weekenders: Those who take very short trips in their RV, typically over a weekend up to about a week. Vacationers: Longer trips lasting up to several weeks. Snowbirds: Takes the RV to warmer climates for an entire season and returns home in the summer. Fulltimers: Those who live in the RV as their only place of residence.
What can be expected in a RV? RV’s provide temporary living accommodations consisting of a bed, food storage, food preparation, living and dining area. Most RV's include the following amenities: Bed with mattress Kitchen with sink, stove, microwave and refrigerator Bathroom with sink, toilet, and shower Living area consisting of table, chairs, and sofas Heating and air conditioning Entertainment electronics such as a TV, radio, DVD/CD players. Speak to one of our sales professionals for more information.
No special license is required to drive an RV in the U.S. You must hold a valid driver’s license. In Washington State, no one is allowed to ride in a trailer or fifth wheel that is being towed. Each state is different.
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Yes, there are a good number of small, light-weight trailers that can be pulled behind full-size cars, SUV's, and vans fitted for towing. Visit our inventory page to see examples.