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Old 02-28-2005, 09:49 AM   #15
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Why quit RVing at 65? I'm 52 now and I plan on RVing for the next 30 years. I don't think that 65 is a limit to RVing. Just keep on driving them until you can't any more or you get sick of it. With any luck when I finally get out of my RV for the last time it'll be in a coroner's bag and a long way into the future.
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Bravo! I was only joking around, that in 20 years the beast would be paid off. Although I do have some anecdotal evidence in MY family anyway, some relatives have put off things such as RV'ing until they retired, but by then they didn't have the stamina or health. That is disappointing to me and it seems to stem from the "let's wait and see" attitude. So maybe at 45 now, I'm ahead of the curve. I wonder what the average age or median age is for male and female RVers....
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I'll bet that the average age is coming down. More and more of the younger generation is getting into RVing, which is great! The manufacturers are recognizing this that's why you're seeing toy haulers and RVs like the Gulfstream EnduraMax coming out. I know one of our biggest complaints about RVing is that we didn't get into it sooner. By starting in at 45 you'll be doing good and have lots of years of enjoyment ahead of you.
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Old 03-01-2005, 11:14 AM   #18
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Oner more commment on your initial inquiry as to renting. In your last post you indicated in 20 years it would be paid off, i.e. you have it financed. The IRS and many states allow you to write off the interest on your loan just like it was a second home. Oops, glitch in the law-you may not rent it for more than 15 days per year or all bets are off,i.e. you can not wtite off the interest.Ken,'04 DSDP....
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Thanks Ken, thanks for the info. If it's legal, I'll take it!
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