1. Repairs Exceed The Value Of The Vehicle
Sometimes, even the most costly repairs make us feel like we’re saving money at the end of the day, but selling your old RV and buying a new one will truly be saving you money in the long run. We’ve seen people spend thousands and thousands as they are traveling trying to keep their old nostalgic motor home alive as long as possible. This is both inconvenient to both plans and finances.
2. Nostalgia Is Holding You Back
We get it. you and your wife spent your honeymoon in this RV 30 years ago, and your child took their first steps right there. But holding on to that is costing you time, safety, money and overall quality of your journey. Do yourself the favor and be satisfied with those memories being memories. Photo albums are also great for on the road hobbies.
3. Duct Tape Is Your Best Friend
When you can’t afford the repairs and aren’t experienced enough to make them yourself, do it yourself projects can be dangerous to you, your RV and your family.
4. Second Guessing A Trip Because You’re Not Confident In Your Vehicle
This is a Tell Tale sign that it’s time to upgrade. Your RV is meant to provide you with ultimate comfort on the vacations you deserve. Worry free and confidence in your vehicle is the only way to RV.
5. It’s A Gas Guzzler
If you feel that you’re stopping for gas and spending way too much, it’s probably because you are. There are some amazing modern fuel efficient options available now that will save you hundreds if not thousands on gas.
6. Outdated Safety Features
You can’t put a price tag on the safety of your loved ones. Moderns day RVs utilize a variety of reliable technologies to ensure your safety.
7. Six Figure Odometer
Congratulations, this is a great milestone. You’ve come a long way and made some unforgettable memories. Along with this milestone starts to come needs of costly repairs and general upkeep. Don’t fall into the endless pit of keeping a needy RV up and running.