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Old 11-17-2014, 06:37 PM   #1
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For those first time buyers

OK, so this is your first experience at buying an RV and you have heard all the horror stories about the misconceptions of purchasing an RV, new or used.
If you were buying a boat, you would want a Boat Survey. When buying a house you would want a House Inspection. So, if you are buying an RV and investing 80, 90, or 100K or more, would you not want to know the condition of it?
Now we have the NRVIA, National Recreational Vehicle Inspection Association.
Over 65% of the RV's sold next year will be between private buyers and never see a dealership. WOW, what could go wrong here?
This can save you from buying a money pit, and ruining your RV experience as so many others have experienced.
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http://nrvia.org/locate/ link yto RV inspection locater.
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