4 Tips for Upgrading your RV

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Is your trusty RV becoming a little rundown? Has your family outgrown the confines of your current vehicle? If so, it might be time for an upgrade.

Now, an upgrade might mean different things to different people.

Some might need major renovations — or even a new RV — while others may only need to spruce up their current model.

We’ve got both parties covered.

Here are four tips to help you get the best RV for you and your family.

4 Tips for Upgrading your RV

  1. Start small

    Before you get too intimidated, keep in mind that upgrades can be minor.

    With help from your trusted mechanic, try adding a little extra battery power and an inverter under the hood can help you go farther while using less energy.

    Or, if your current RV is still running well, consider making a few minor upgrades that can make a big difference.

    Taking out the old carpet, for example, will only take a few hours and can make it look like an entirely new ride.

    Changing out your bedding, adding LED lights, and redecorating your bathroom are other affordable and quick ways to take your RV to the next level.

  2. Make it eco-friendly

    Going green is not always as hard or as expensive as you might think. And it can truly take your RV to the next level.

    For only a couple hundred dollars and a few hours of labor, you can add solar panels to your RV that will save you energy, money and guilt.

    And if you have a little more spending money, consider upgrading to eco-friendly refrigerators or dishwashers, too.

  3. Focus on comfort

    After you’ve considered the environment, set aside some upgrading efforts for you and your family.

    A few simple additions to your RV can make you more comfortable, efficient and all-around happier. Installing a digital thermostat, for example, will spare you those sweaty summer nights and cold winter mornings.

    Or maybe you need a workspace to run to on your longer road trips. Building a miniature office in your RV can keep your employer happy and ensure you stay on the road for as long as possible.

    Remember: You deserve to be comfortable and happy in your RV.

  4. Considering a model upgrade

    If your current RV has seen its last day or is close to quitting on you, the aforementioned upgrades won’t do you much good.

    We have good news, though: You can upgrade to a newer model without draining your savings.

    Start looking at what type of RV you’d like to upgrade to. Consider looking in your local paper’s classifieds or online for good deals on used vehicles, or RV shows — which technically occur during summer months — are also great opportunities to find good deals on newer models.

    Speak with the seller to find out what kind of trade-in deals are available.

    Then, when it comes to RV financing, look for a lender that offers flexible terms and fixed rates for new and used options.

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