Does anyone know of any other Midwest Shows this spring?
It has been at least 10 years since I was inside an RV, and I have never driven one. Ooops, forgot that I did go look at one in my neighborhood that was listed on Craigs List last year, but it was very old and did not feel right when I was inside checking it out.
I have been reading and researching, I don't mind sleeping in a cabover bunk that is common in Class C's (when we traveled by Amtrak, I always slept in the upper bunk). I have been reading alot about water seeping into this area. So I think I will pass on this type.......
There is a class B+ that I have found that does not have the cabover sleeping area, I would have to use the couch for the bed, it does have a slide. Since its only me, I think that would be ok for a first time RV. I want to go take a look at this rig, but I am going to wait a few more weeks until the weather improves, it's 6 years old with low mileage.
I ordered some info from an RV Consumer Group and I am reading all about what to look at and check out when buying a used RV.
The RV is about an hour away from my house, and hopefully it will still be there when I decide take a ride, if not, then I will continue looking. It is priced a little higher than I think it's worth, so I hope they are open to negotiations.
Any thoughts or suggestions for a newbee would be most appreciated. Thanks.