Originally Posted by gbrown
...On the other hand, buying my RV was the most fun thing that I have ever done. Make sure you are handy. I always say that owning an RV is like being a Boy Scout. One day you get your fiberglass badge. The next day you get your electric badge. The next day....
You're showing the difference between BUYING and RV, and being SOLD one. There are a few folks on this forum and all the others that agree with this video. While I can't argue with his logic about quality control and dealer apathy, my experiences with the 5 RVs I have owned haven't been anything like this.
There certainly are RV problems like the video guy said, and it is always "buyer beware" but what I've seen and heard says it is the exception, rather than the rule. We hear horror stories about sticks and bricks homes, too.
So, CarolA1, educate yourself on forums like this. We have met many single gals that love RVing. Suggest you check out rvingwomen
and lonersonwheels.com Welcome to the forum!