RV FAQ

RV Buying FAQ's

Looking to buy an RV?  Here are some commonly asked questions by RV shoppers.

Affordability

One of the biggest misconceptions about the RV industry is that their expensive and only for the affluent with large disposable income. However this is not the case! There are actually a wide variety of travel trailers that come in all shapes and size to fit not only your lifestyle but your budget as well. With amazing financing options you can actually finance your travel trailer up too 20 years making the payments incredibly low and affordable.

Drivability

Towing your travel trailer does take a bit of getting used to, however in Ontario, a special license is not required to do so.  Anyone with a valid license can tow a travel trailer within the province.  It is highly recommend to check the laws of any out of province locations you may travel to.

Accessibility

Comfort

Having an RV gives you the best of both worlds.  You can be one with nature, just like camping, but at the end of a long day, you can retire to the comfort of a home away from home.  And those rainy days are no longer a concern when you have an RV.

Towing your RV

Towing your travel trailer does take a bit of getting used to, however in Ontario, a special license is not required to do so. Anyone with a valid license can tow a travel trailer within the province. It is highly recommend to check the laws of any out of province locations you may travel to.

Remember safety should be your first concern when towing an RV.  Our staff can help you learn the different aspects required to safely hook up your RV to your tow vehicle.

Level your RV

Most modern RVs have levels viewable when leveling your trailer onsite.  Whether it's an automatic leveling system, or manual jacks, the process for doing so is very straightforward, and our staff will give you the knowledge you need to do this quickly and properly.

Hooking up your RV

One of the best things about owining an RV is that you can camp, you can have all of the comforts of home.  Some sites have hook-ups for water and electricity which makes hooking up your RV a breeze.  For those sites that don't have hook-ups, a generator may be a good option to power your RV, while the on-board tanks can be used for fresh water.