Which RV is Best for You

Which RV is Best for You?
Which RV is Best for You?

If you’re interested in buying an RV, you have a lot of options. The selection at Hanner RV can be overwhelming, but by answering a few questions you can help us help you discover which RV is best for your needs.

How Will You Use It?

Are you planning on camping with the whole family, or will you use your RV as a romantic getaway? If you’re bringing everyone, something like the 2018 Wildwood X-Lite, which sleeps six, might be a better option. If you’re bringing only two people, though, the compact 2018 Rockwood Geo Pro should suffice.

How Will You Tow It?

The size of the RV you choose is important for more than one reason. If you drive a big pickup equipped to tow a fifth wheel RV, you can choose something luxuriously spacious and heavy like the 2018 Wildcat 26CK. But if you drive large SUV with a lower towing capacity, you can still find comfort in a travel trailer like the 2018 Wildwood X-LITE 232RBXL.

What is Your Budget?

Once you have an idea of what features you most need in an RV, you can decide on a price range. At Hanner RV, we offer both new and used RVs, to suit customers with different budgets.

Our website makes it easy to shop through our inventory based on price, sleep capacity, and type of RV. Finding your perfect RV has never been easier when you explore our inventory at Hanner RV.

5 RV Maintenance Tips You Need to Know

RV Maintenance Tips

Whether you’re a veteran RV driver or new to the RV lifestyle, it can be easy to forget some crucial RV maintenance tips that everyone needs to follow. If you own an RV, make sure you are doing all of the following practices courtesy of DoItYourself.com, and, if you’re missing one or more, course correct now to avoid problems (and costly repairs) in the future.

RV Maintenance Tips

  1. Run your generator. If you don’t regularly travel with your RV, you’ll still need to run your generator to avoid issues with gasoline shelf life (about 30 days). It is recommended that you run your generator for two hours a month at 50% capacity.
  2. Open your vents. Keep air flowing through your RV in the hot summer months to prevent crucial materials from breaking down.
  3. Keep it covered. Your roof is probably the least-seen part of your RV, but it is also very susceptible to damage. Keep it covered as much as possible with an RV port.
  4. Check your seals. Examine your window, door, and roof seals to make sure they are not allowing moisture inside. If any are breaking down, have them replaced.
  5. Lubricate your slide-out rails. If your slide-out rails aren’t lubricated, they will grow very squeaky. Worse, they could begin to rust and deteriorate. Lubricate them once or twice a year.

Have questions about purchasing a new RV or maintaining a current one? Call or visit us today at Hanner RV Supercenter.