What’s best for a beginning RVer, trailer or motorhome?

  By Chuck Woodbury For many RVers, the first big decision is whether to buy a motorized or non-motorized rig. The two most popular types are the travel trailer and the motorhome, with variations including the folding camping trailer (also called pop-up or tent trailer), truck camper and fifth wheeler. There are many considerations to make when deciding which is... Read More

RVs: Rent or own?

By Steve Savage, Mobility RV Service Have you ever considered renting an RV? How about wondering whether you would be better off renting than buying? Here are a few things to consider. Cost — Average owners use their RVs very infrequently. If one buys a new RV, making payments over several years, and were to figure the actual cost per... Read More

Should you buy a damaged RV and fix it up yourself?

By Steve Savage Mobility RV Service   For the majority of folks, buying a damaged RV and fixing it up themselves is an absolutely terrible idea. Why do I say that? Several reasons come to mind. First, many units — sold by insurance companies, for example — come with a salvage title. State laws vary as to what is needed... Read More