It’s fall y’all and the open road, waters, and trails are calling your name. Thinking of investing in a motorcycle, ATV, UTV or even a Jet Ski, Golf Cart or Snowmobile? Now is a perfect time. Complete your fall goals with our October Manufacturer Incentives and get up to $3,500 off your dream vehicle!
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.
Pop-up campers are a great entry-level RV. The maintenance and upkeep is much lower than with any other RV and the cost of entry is by far the most affordable. Though you might miss out on the more luxurious RV features, if you just want to get out there and see what the great outdoors has to offer, a pop-up camper might be perfect for you.
If your idea of a vacation includes a jet ski, motorcycle, ATV or UTV, then a toy hauler RV might be the perfect fit for you. These luxurious rigs are spacious and have the perfect set-up to bring along your favorite toys and your entire family. In this toy hauler buying guide we go over what to look for if you are thinking of buying new or used, pricing, MPG, tow vehicles and how these RVs compare to other types of RVs.
Welcome to our guide on fifth wheel RVs! RVs are a fantastic way to make memories with friends and family, and to travel to breathtaking places all around the world. An RV is a multi-purpose, heavy piece of machinery and if you are considering purchasing or renting one, there is a lot of information you need to know beforehand.
Thinking about taking your life on the road? A motorhome might be the perfect type of RV for you. Easy to set up and packed with all the modern comforts of home, you can travel the highways of the US in comfort and style in a Class A, B or C motorhome. Our Ultimate Motorhome Buyers Guide outlines everything you need to know before you take the leap into RV life from buying new vs used to gas mileage and parking all the way through storage and maintenance.
Pack the car, grab a hitch, and take your travel trailer with you! Get all the comfort of an RV, but with the ease and flexibility of exploring in your tow vehicle. We’ve done all the research for you in this fully comprehensive guide.
The average number of days to close an RV prospect from the time the lead was received to a signature is 198 days. This is a massive amount of time to wait for a customer decision. Chris Yeloushan has laid out three key strategies dealers can implement close that 198-day gap and make the time between lead and sale count.
If you are thinking about buying a new or used RV, you know it’s important to do your research first. We did all the hard work for you. Our RV Buying Guide will help walk you through all the must-knows and good-to-knows of buying an RV. You give us 10 minutes; we’ll give you a game plan and peace of mind.