How to Sell My RV: Promoting AwarenessJanuary 19, 2010 12:00 am
In considering how to sell my RV, I’ve realized that I need to pass along important RV safety tips to whoever buys it from me. Iif I sell it to a company, I need to just help get the information out there into the consciousness of the RV world in general. As a seasoned RVer, I feel like this is my responsibility.
A lot of this is pretty basic stuff, but things you might not automatically take into consideration unless they’re drawn to your attention. The RV lifestyle can sometimes lend itself to daydreaming, drifting, and an unawareness of surroundings. I’m not passing judgment. I’m as guilty as the next.
But do take note of the fact that other people are still caught in the grips of this do-do-do time-is-money society. When you’re on the road, the safest thing is to just stay out of their way. Be the bigger person, and don’t feed into road rage. Stay in the right lane unless you’re passing, and don’t blow your horn unless it’s absolutely unavoidable, a definite emergency, because air horns tend to aggravate the usually already frazzled nerves of other drivers.
You should try to arrange with a friend or family member to check in at a certain time each week. If you don’t call them at the designated time, and they can’t get a hold of you, the plan should be for them to contact the local authorities in the last place they knew you to be. This person should also be able to enumerate the identifying characteristics of your rig. With any luck, if you can always manage to be sufficiently cautious and aware of your surroundings, this emergency plan will never need to be acted upon, but it’s good to have in place.
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