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Old 10-09-2013, 05:03 PM   #15
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Just one other aspect to consider, from the great posts above. Make sure you like the floor plan - both open (camping) and closed up (traveling down the road). Since a considerable time is spent driving, there's nothing worse than to discover the driver or passengers aren't happy while underway.

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Old 10-09-2013, 07:18 PM   #16
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I have heard good things about PPL motorhomes in Houston as well. I am pretty sure they have a location in San Marcos too. Check out their web site. lots of good info. They show lots of pics, floor plans, and list features.
I have heard other folks say to by your third RV first. Meaning if you think you will want to end up in a DP, bite the bullet and get it now. You will just lose money every time you trade. IMO
You know better than anyone else what will suit your needs/wants. Get what fits you best. not someone else's idea of what a motorhome should be. If you want to drive the speed limit, or the speed limit plus five, get one that will fit that desire. There are most certainly coaches that are built to run at 75 or 80 all day long. If you want lower front end cost, cheaper maintenance, and leisurely cruse the interstate a 62 get a gas rig. Everybody should do what fits them best and not worry about it.
You will find a good selection of all types of units in the $100K range. Don't be in a hurry. There are some real good deals out there.

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