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Should you rent an RV before you buy one? Maybe!

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“Don’t rent! You’re just throwing money away!” Many of us likely grew up hearing some version of that sentiment repeated. The gist? Buying, good; Renting, bad. But the reality is that everyone’s needs and preferences are unique. What makes sense for one person may not work well for another. And this holds true when it comes to purchasing an RV.

In an article on Outdoorsy’s blog, author Camille Attell suggests that new RV’ers consider renting before buying. In doing so, she argues, you can get a much better sense of what you actually need, want, and enjoy before dropping major funds purchasing an RV that may not suit you as well as you’d hoped.

Read Camille’s article to learn more about the perks of RV renting.


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