|Motorhome Buying Considerations
Budget “how much does a motorhome cost?”
|Second Hand Motorhomes
Check the overall condition of the motorhome including; chassis/underneath, engine and mileage. Check the seals and trims on the outside for cracks, sun damage, knocks and scrapes. Inside the motorhome check carpets, cupboards, handles and upholstery, be aware of any personalisation.
Damp in older motorhomes can be a problem and must be checked for, but can normally be cured. Motorhomes suffering damp have a distinctive smell, mildew in cupboards is a sign but an inexpensive damp metre is worth having. Motorhome floors can de-laminate giving a bouncy feeling, again this can be cured. Wear and tear should be in line with the age of the motorhome. Ensure, by testing, that all gas/electrical parts are working. An older motorhome in excellent condition may be preferable to a younger one in poor condition.
We usually have around six Relatively new Motorhomes available for sale typically up to 8 months old, These are all in mint condition and usually around £8000 less than dealer price, They are still under the manufacturers warranty and range from £28000 to 35000 depending on age and mileage , Visit us at www.scottishtourer.co.uk
Buying a New Motorhome?
The above are likely to be your first considerations when buying a motorhome, however Go Motorhoming Europe unravels all the other considerations you need to know to ensure you buy a safe, legal and manageable motorhome.
Maximum Technically Permissible Laden Mass (MTPLM)
Mass In Running Order (MIRO)