How to Choose the Right RV for You

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With so many different styles, shapes and sizes of RVs on the market, it can be overwhelming to try to find one that’s perfect for your camping needs. But the RV shopping experience doesn’t need to be a stressful one, and by asking yourself a few simple questions, you can develop and idea of the type of RV you really need.

What’s Your RV Goal?

Do you want to move into your RV full-time and live life on the road? Or, do you want an RV that will provide you more comfortable sleeping quarters for your weekend getaways? Big rig RVs that are designed to last up to 30 years of constant travel on the road, are much more costly than smaller RVs made for those once-yearly getaways. You can save a lot of money by understanding what your RV needs really are, and shopping for a vehicle that fits those needs.

Where Do You Like to Camp?

Many state and national parks have been around for so many years, they’re not able to accommodate the new big rigs that many RV enthusiasts enjoy. If you’re into more primitive campgrounds and parks, you’ll want to reconsider getting a 40-foot RV and opt for something in the 20 to 30-foot range. If you’re planning to stay in RV-specific parks and other resort-style accommodations, your big rig will be welcome in most.

Are You a Road Warrior?

Thinking about how much time you like to spend moving from campground to campground can help you decide which type of RV is perfect for you. Motorhomes are convenient for travelers who move around a lot (you don’t have to un-hitch and set up at each site), and travel trailers and fifth wheels can be more spacious and convenient for those who like to post up in one place for a while.

Let Us Help

No one can help you choose an RV that’s perfect for your needs like our qualified staff here at Leisure Time RV in Oklahoma. Come browse our huge selection of new and used RVs on our lot in Oklahoma City, and let us help you drive away in the RV of your dreams today.

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