Promoting the RV Lifestyle As I Sell My RV OnlineJanuary 12, 2010 12:00 am
I’m in the midst of trying to sell my RV online, and it has occurred to me that I want to be able to communicate with prospective buyers all that I’ve learned in my years of RV ownership and travel—all of the things we as RV owners need to do to promote this lifestyle.
I want to make sure fellow and future RVers know about things like United States Postal Service and CMRA regulations, voting disenfranchisement hurdles, and unfair or unreasonable RV-specific taxes, RV-related restrictions, and overnight parking ordinances. I don’t want anybody who buys my RV to not be able to get the enjoyment out of it that I have because they weren’t aware of these potential impediments to pleasurable RV experiences.
I also want them to know things like what boondocking means, what dry camping means, and what accepted etiquettes are for both. We also don’t want new problems cropping up because new owners didn’t observe etiquette and spoiled certain privileges, like being able to stop all night in a parking lot when you can’t find a park.
It’s not always easy to preserve our freedoms, whether in the RV world or in the world at large. Sometimes it requires the organization of grassroots campaigns and pushing for solutions prior to the institution of detrimental laws. But as in anything, the first step to solving a problem is knowing that there is one. If you’re trying to sell your RV, online or otherwise, join me in spreading knowledge of what we can all do to help new owners make glorious memories in our old rigs just like we did.
Tags: sell my RV online
Categorized in: RV Info
Comments are closed here.