Five reasons why this could be your best option
Almost all of us at one point or another have experienced buyer’s remorse. We buy something impulsively or without putting a lot of thought into it, and then later discover we didn’t need it or it wasn’t what we expected. When there is not a lot of money involved, this usually isn’t a big deal. However, for a large purchase, this can hurt.
The good news is you can often test stuff out before you buy. Renting is a great option for an assortment of things, including cars, houses, and even boats. And you can add RVs to this list. If you’re thinking about buying an RV but don’t have a lot of (or any) experience with one, here’s why renting first is a wise decision:
You’ll see exactly what it’s like
Chances are you’ve romanticized at least a little bit of what RV life entails. You have probably thought about how great it will be to drive wherever you want and take your home with you. But have you given any consideration to the nitty-gritty details?