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Old 12-06-2014, 04:01 PM   #15
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The fuel prices don't matter to me all that much.
We are fulltime, so use more fuel than vacationers, but also no longer have any money going "thru" the house.
Our average move is about 200 miles and costs about 100 bucks. How many folks can move everything they own 200 miles for 100 bucks?
The price has averaged about $3.80 for diesel for us up until the big dip, but at 50 cents lower it is only a drop of about 13%.
So, my 200 miles is now about 87 bucks now. Big whoop! That 13 bucks ain't a whole bunch of happy meals over a month or two, eh?

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I'm not sure that all the rvers are savvy buyers. I think some are pretty tightly wound financially and that when gas prices drop they perceive they can afford to make a payment and go rving. There is a reason there are a lot of motorhomes with low mileage on them.

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Old 12-06-2014, 04:11 PM   #17
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An average move is one thing, how often you move is another.

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