Little Dealer Little Prices RVRTM offers acres of new and used RVs, with monthly payment pricing often starting less than a rental RV.
Why buy an RV rather than renting an RV? Renting an RV doesn't make very much sense. When you rent RVs, you rent it by the night and you often have a cap for miles. Also, generally when you rent an RV, you rent it bare, so you'll either have to bring dishes, linens, a broom, etc... or you can rent it for an extra fee. You will need to load and unload even basics for every adventure you take in a rental RV. If you plan on traveling with pets, you may face an extra charge or the possibility of a cleaning fee.
As an RV owner, you have more flexibility to RV travel whenever you feel like, as long as you like and as far as you like. You can bring whatever you want on board an RV, from champagne to shampoo, to your own music, movies and favorite pet. And there's plenty of storage space for hauling souvenirs and toys.
According to the RV Industry Association, RVs eliminate airline passenger fees for luggage, fuel surcharges, meals and in-flight entertainment, while helping travelers avoid interminable flight delays and airport gridlock. With an RV, travelers don't have to pay for in-flight meals, snacks, baggage or extra legroom.
"Travelers leave all the hassles behind when they go by RV," said Richard Coon, former president of the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association. "What they don't leave behind are all the comforts of home."
With fully equipped kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms and baths, RV travelers enjoy all the familiar amenities while on the road. They can bring their own sheets, pillows and even cook a gourmet meal on board.
So as a Happy Camper RVer, it makes much more sense to purchase your own RV. Thank you for choosing Little Dealer Little Prices, your lifetime memories begin here!
10. At home away from home in an RV
RVs are equipped with comfortable living, dining, sleeping and bathroom facilities. In an RV, you can travel and enjoy the great outdoors with far more creature comforts than other forms of traveling.
9. Your RV and the Great Outdoors
Owning an RV is a springboard to all sorts of recreational activities. Tailgate parties, birding, outdoor concerts, NASCAR, fishing, hunting, beach combing, & many more. The possibilities are endless. View our for more ideas.
8. An RV means freedom and convenience
Keep the RV stocked with food, clothing and essentials so you can just hop in the RV and go. No need to unpack and carry bulky suitcases.Take off on last-minute mini , tailgating events and weekend trips. Create your own RV adventures along the way. Stop and take a break when you choose. The destinations are endless...
7. In an RV, opportunity knocks
An RV can be used for much more than the occasional short RV trip or cross-country odyssey. RV owners use their RVs for school events, business endeavors, to pursue hobbies, or to volunteer.
6. Buying an RV: RV choices
RVs come in assorted sizes and price ranges. Whether you're entering the RV market, upgrading, or prefer all the bells and whistles, you're in luck. Options and versatile floor plans make it easier to find an RV that matches your lifestyle and budget. Use our to come look them over. The entire RV fleet is here, from towable folding campers to motorhomes. There are many floor plans and features available. Knowing all your options will help you make the best RV choice for you and your family.
5. RV bonding yet?
Whether it's a long RV excursion or a weekend getaway, RV trips can strengthen family bonds weakened by busy daily lives. Family members tend to connect with each other when they are away from their normal routines and enjoying a simpler lifestyle, the RV lifestyle. And one thing you won't miss hearing, "Are we there yet?".
4. RVing broadens kids' horizons
RVing is nothing if not kid-friendly. Because an RVs sleeping quarters, kitchens (fully stocked on-board snack center), dining areas and bathrooms (clean without lines) are readily accessible, RVing is a more relaxing way to travel with children. Your children's favorite toys, games, book and videos - all within an arm's reach. RVing can help children learn to appreciate the outdoors and gain insights into different people and places. Thanks to the RV advantages, the kids may forget it's a learning experience. And, seeing the world through kids' eyes opens up a new set of wonders for adults.
3. RV campgrounds everywhere
A multitude of public, private and government-owned campgrounds are located near popular tourist attractions. Some RV parks are small and bucolic, while others are large, upscale resorts. Fees and amenities vary. Check out our concierge on-line .
2. RVing with your pet
Prevent your pets separation anxiety. RV owners don't have the expense to board their pets in a kennel or leave them with a family member. Most pets adjust to RV travel just fine.
1. RVing costs less
RV vacations still are more affordable than travel by personal car, commercial airline or cruise ship. And, RVers can adjust to fuel prices by staying longer in one place and/or closer to home.
Many RVs are treated as second mortgages, making the interest tax-deductible.