Recreational Vehicles are a complicated and expensive piece of equipment. They are our homes on wheels and as such have all the equipment we find in our homes plus some. If you are a mechanic, you probably feel pretty comfortable about checking the chassis, engines, transmissions etc. but how about the heater, air conditioner, water and septic systems? If your a builder you could take a good look at the construction, but you may be lost in the electronics. None of us are trained in all areas of an RV and that is where an inspection by a certified RV Inspector comes in.
The inspection process takes a few hours and will provide the piece of mind that a home inspection brings when buying the house. You get a third parties trained and certified opinion on the current condition and safety of the recreational vehicle.
If you want to do the inspection yourself, I would recommend that you read all of the articles here on RV Inspection Service and then read the Buying the Perfect RV book. Once those are done, download the free inspection check list in the book store or you can find a Certified RV Inspector by going to NRVIA, just click this link
My first book in the series “Is It the Perfect RV?”, titled “Finding the Perfect RV” is now available on RV Inspection Service website.
For a limited time I am giving away the book for reviews and to help spread the word. Use the promo code “rvinspectionservice” at check out and you will be able to download the book for free.
What is covered in this book?
Chapter One – Full time, Seasonal, Weekender
Chapter Two – What type of RV is best for you?
Types of RVs
Do you have a tow vehicle?
What kind of Hitch?
Fifth Wheel and Goose-neck Hitches
Pro/Con of the different types
Selecting the best for you
Chapter Three – Floor Plan
Chapter Four – Amenities
Chapter Five – New or Used
Chapter Six – Price
Chapter Seven – Finding the Perfect RV
Finding the Perfect New RV
Finding the Perfect Used RV
Chapter Eight – Checklist for the Perfect RV
How to use this checklist
Jacks and Levelers
Get your copy today at http://rv-inspection-service.com/book-store. Remember the promo code is rvinspectionservice while the free downloads last.
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I am starting to work on the video series. It will cover the complete inspection process from roof to frame and everything in between. Not sure how long this is going to take, probably a few months at least. Also haven’t figured out what or if I will be charging for this. I do plan on having a manual that will go with the videos.
Please let me know if you have any ideas or special interests.