Part 3 of 4 – How to BUY an RV – All About RV Shows and Salespeople



This is one part of a video taken from my new RV Masters Buyers Track video series! It’s all about buying an RV, which includes more info than just tank sizes and sales gimmicks!

As a former RV salesperson, and full timer, I know both sides of the industry and I can show you how the sales process works, how to best navigate it, but I also provide information to help you determine if you even want to get into RV’ing!

In all, it contains almost 7 HOURS OF CONTENT – more than any other series I’ve seen. It’s all you need to know about buying or trading an RV! And you can learn it from not only a full timer, but a former RV salesperson!

Videos include:

1. Start this adventure with your eyes open
2. Why it’s so easy to lose the RV buying game
3. Renting vs buying
4. Types of RV’s – Motorized Class A, B, and C
5. What you MUST know about towing
6. Types of towed RV’s – Campters and 5th wheels
7. Towable floorplans summed up
8. Motorized floorplans summed up
9. What options come with this model?
10. Ambiguous RV language: A cake is not a cake
11. New vs. Used
12. Questions you REALLY should ask before buying!
13. How to narrow down the search!
14. About RV shows
15. The “usual” RV sales process – recognize what’s happening!
16. See inside a sale
17. How to buy and save thousands
18. About trades
19. The sale isn’t over – about financing!
20. What you must know about Warranties and Service Contracts
21. About the walkthrough
22. More than just the RV
23. The most important thing from this series

These videos – and others – are available online at www.rvmasters.com.

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12 thoughts on “Part 3 of 4 – How to BUY an RV – All About RV Shows and Salespeople

  • October 29, 2020 at 11:15 pm
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    I can’t imagine buying an RV you don’t want. 🤔

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  • October 29, 2020 at 11:15 pm
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    How can you do real research on these things without seeing them in the flesh ?

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  • October 29, 2020 at 11:15 pm
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    You might point out that the sales force is usually told to "sell the sizzle". Things like a touch screen, blu-ray, etc. Basics like the motor and chassis are very important but are seldom covered. There are few "motor-heads" left in the US today. They are all hung up on electric cars, cell phone connections, blah blah blah but have no idea what is a good motor for hauling around an 8 ton motorhome or a proper differential for towing a large trailer.

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  • October 29, 2020 at 11:15 pm
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    how to buy an RV get your checkbook out ask dealer amount write check hand it to dealer drive away in your new RV

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  • October 29, 2020 at 11:15 pm
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    Thank you for all of the videos you have done. (the ones I've watched)

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  • October 29, 2020 at 11:15 pm
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    Lol I’m a heavy researcher on all things. Everything you’ve mentioned I’ve figured out through much reading etc. People need to do their diligence and not be so gullible.

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  • October 29, 2020 at 11:15 pm
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    By the by, those are the darkest purchasing secrets of all. Superb advice. Human frailty tussling with mercantile trickery.

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