The type of RV is the most significant factor in a cost of ownership. It is clear that to live in luxury it is less costly to have a Medium Duty Truck towing a highline fifth wheel. It is also clear that if you want to drive a Class A, it is cost justified to have a basic diesel pusher and by the way, this will be significantly safer and more ... Buying the RV. To minimize your costs, you should buy an RV that is in sound mechanical condition and has not amassed thousands of miles on the road. It would be best if it were new but if you are on a budget it is best to get a used one in a sound mechanical condition so that you do not eventually have to spend a lot on maintenance.
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