Used motorhomes seem to be hanging out on every street corner when you’re not looking to buy one. Then as soon as you start searching for a recreational vehicle you might want to purchase, you suddenly can’t find enough options. You suddenly can’t figure out exactly what you want and if you do, you can’t find it. Online used motorhomes and RV inventory selections greatly increase the likelihood that buyers will find the used motorhomes that will suit their needs. To do so, they have to be aware of the must have accessories.
Must Have Accessories for Used Motorhomes:
- Tool Kit
- Garden Hose
- Mosquito and Bug Repellant Lamp
- Level (for leveling the RV when setting up camp)
- Tire Covers (to protect from the sun when parked for extended periods)
- Surge Protectors for your Electronics
- Door Mat (keep dirt outside where it belongs)
- Window and Door Screens
- Extension Cord
- On/Off Switch on the Shower Head
- Water Filter
- Spare Light Bulbs
This partial list of “must haves” for used motorhomes includes some of the most popular items to keep on hand on the road as well as at your selected destination. Don't purchase any used motorhomes without first considering some of these must haves and how they would work into the RVs you are considering. Don’t leave on your first trip without decking your used RV out with your chosen "must haves" either.
RVing is a unique form of travel, but it’s also a very convenient form of travel. Remember that when you are considering used motorhomes for purchase and when you are planning your first trip. When outfitting your RV, consider the list of must haves, but also consider your own personal must haves. What do YOU have to have on vacation to feel that it is complete?
The point is, that no matter how “popular” the list of must haves is, you will have your own preferences, so consider the advice of the experts, but adjust it as you become more accustomed to your own habits on the road. Add your own favorites. It’s one of the beauties of RVing. It’s just so easy to change your mind and make the coinciding adjustments as you go. Consider yourself lucky. You not only get to take advantage of expert advice on how to get started quickly, easily and efficiently in your new RVing lifestyle, but you also get to have the last word.
Make changes as you go. If you miss playing board games with the family while on the road, bring some along next time. If you know you’ll always miss it, then stock the cupboards with some favorites. If you miss jogging in the mornings when you’re on the road, arrange your next trip so that you have stopping points that will accommodate your needs to get out each day and fit in a run. It’s your RV and it’s all up to you.