Coronavirus (COVID-19) has altered life as we know it and our thoughts are with you as we navigate this pandemic together. Rollick is committed to helping you through these challenging times to maintain as much normalcy as possible. As we practice social distancing for the foreseeable future, Rollick is working hard to provide the safest and most transparent experience for consumers shopping for recreational vehicles.
If you are unsure whether your dealer is open or has changed their hours, take a look at our Dealer Coronavirus Update Page. We have compiled messages across social media from some of our Rollick Certified Dealers to let their customers know their status on the situation at hand.
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You’ve picked your dream RV, got your financing in place and are ready to sign on the dotted line. But then your dealer says you need to pick a floorplan. What!? And there are dozens of options. This article will help you sort out all the lingo and important considerations to think about when you are at this step in the RV purchase process. There are tons of RV floorplan options and picking the right one is more important than you might think. This article will help you feel confident you are making the right decision for you and your family.
These days, most RVs come with standard features from the factory like air conditioning, LED interior lights, Bluetooth outdoor speakers, and a cable antenna. I’ve been selling RVs for almost 4 years and one of the most common questions I get asked is what are the best RV parts and accessories to add to an RV? In this article, we will cover some of the most useful, exciting and helpful RV accessories for your RV.
So, you’ve decided that you want to try out the RV lifestyle? If so, congrats! You’re about to embark on an unforgettable journey! It’s an exciting decision to make, but if you’re like most people, you’re probably thinking, “Ok, adventure awaits! But where do I start?” Then this article is for you. Read tips and tricks for first-time RV buyers from Amber, a certified Rollick RV dealer
An RV can cost as little as $1,000 and as much as $1 million. But to be a little more realistic, data from Rollick reports that the average price of a new RV is $59,000. However, the price of an RV can still vary significantly based on the type of RV you get, the year it was produced, if it is pre-owned, the features and specs on the vehicle, the brand, and its size. We break down exact pricing for new and used RVs in each category so you can feel confident about your budget walking into a dealership.