Huge and Homey RV That’s Like New – Entegra Aspire

When you look inside this beautiful 2015 Entegra Aspire, one thing is sure to cross your mind:

“This could be a house.”

With a warm, Cabernet interior, homey is the perfect word to describe this RV, and at 44’ and four slides, it has enough space to be like a second house. A top-of-the-line awning system is your perfect, shaded porch. A Samsung residential 23-cubic-foot fridge and stacked washer and dryer are your high-quality appliances. A King Sleep Number mattress is your master bed. Heated tile floors and a fireplace keep you warm on cool winter nights.

Truly, all of the comforts of home are included in this model. Even more features are described in its inventory page, which can be found here: https://motorhomefinders.com/rvs/2015-entegra-aspire-44u/

Best of all, it’s like new, at just 1,200 miles. Given its price point of only $235,900, all of this adds up to one thing: an amazing value.

As with all of the motor homes in our inventory, we can connect you with this one’s owner and broker a sale today. We make the process easy, and you can trust that you will receive what is in the description.

Whether you are in the market for an RV upgrade or are new to the lifestyle, trust Motor Home Finders to help you find the best deal and make buying a breeze.

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Motor Home Finders is a licensed motor home broker based in Dade City, Florida. Specializing in diesel, luxury motor homes and bus conversions, Motor Home Finders has 50+ years of experience in buying and selling luxury RVs nationwide. Their mission is to eliminate the difficult efforts of private sellers trying to sell their recreational vehicle by orchestrating a seamless RV transaction process. To learn more, call 1-888-783-4009 or visit motorhomefinders.com.

More RV Tips and Tricks

There are tons of practical and creative RV tips out there on the Internet. We’ve scanned list after list to find some that we thought were really cool to bring to you. Enjoy another installment of RV “hacks”!

Never Lose the Remote

It’s hard enough to keep track of the TV remote at home. Stuffed into couch cushions, dropped under the sofa, or buried under a pillow, remotes have a way of going missing. When you add in the constant motion of an RV on the road, you have a recipe for daily hunts for the lost remote. If you don’t already have a special place to store your remotes in the RV, like a specific drawer or pocket, try using Velcro strips to stick the remote to the side of your favorite seat so that it’s always close at hand. If you have any other important controllers that tend to slip away, Velcro them to the place you most often find yourself using them. You’ll save yourself from hours of frustration over time.

Balanced Packing

It can be easy to underestimate the importance of balance while packing up an RV. Making sure weight is distributed evenly throughout your RV can help make it easier to drive and prevent accidents. In extreme cases, if a lot of weight is on one side, controlling the RV can be awkward to the point of danger.

On some RVs, different axles can handle different amounts of weight. Figure out what each axle’s limit is and pack accordingly to make sure you aren’t putting too much strain on your vehicle. Also, pack with heavy items low and light items high. Not only does it lower the risk of your RV tipping, it lowers the risk of a bumped head—or worse—if an item falls.

Frozen Meals

When you’re on an RV road trip during the summer, you definitely want two things: a cool interior temperature and a cold fridge. This tip helps with both of those.

Before you leave, pre-cook some meals and seal them, frozen, in plastic bags to take with you. These frozen meals will act like ice packs, cooling the fridge down using less energy, and can be simply warmed up and eaten, so you won’t have to worry about getting the inside of your RV hot by cooking. Two birds with one stone!

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Motor Home Finders is a licensed motor home broker based in Dade City, Florida. Specializing in diesel, luxury motor homes and bus conversions, Motor Home Finders has 50+ years of experience in buying and selling luxury RVs nationwide. Their mission is to eliminate the difficult efforts of private sellers trying to sell their recreational vehicle by orchestrating a seamless RV transaction process. To learn more, call 1-888-783-4009 or visit motorhomefinders.com.

Learn to Protect Your RV from Summer Storms

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Are you planning a summer trip to places susceptible to hurricanes, storms, or tornados? If yes, you must know how to protect your motor home from rough weather conditions. The summer brings with it some of the worst squalls, high winds, and thunderstorms. Here are a few things you need to remember to protect your luxury vehicle from high gusty winds:

Invest in a Weather Radio

Before you hit the roads, ensure that your home-on-wheels has a weather radio. Many RVs include one, but if you do not have it, install a weather radio. These devices will cost about $55 on online stores. They are extremely useful because they work even when the power is off, and you can depend on them for the latest weather alerts. You can invest in a radio-operated device with public alerts for your family’s safety.

Stay Put When a Tornado Hits

Tornadoes are the worst storms hitting the country and may destroy entire cities in a few minutes. Regardless of what RV model you own, the vehicle will not be able to survive a raging tornado if directly hit by it. So, if you are driving under such conditions, evacuate the vehicle immediately and move to a tornado shelter. Listen to the latest weather news to stay updated. Ensure that you are familiar with the place where you are camping. Gather information about the major highways, escape routes and back roads. Study the maps carefully and think of a solution to stay safe when a tornado approaches.

Play Safe When a Storm is Approaching

When you learn a storm is approaching, be extra careful if you are inside the vehicle until you find a suitable shelter. Keep non-perishable foods, portable water, personal items, and prescription drugs handy. Purchase garbage bags, batteries, oil, oil lamps, and tarps. Make sure you fill the vehicle’s fuel tank and check the windshield wipers and tires. Keep all your important papers in a zipped plastic bag. Check your RV’s carbon monoxide detectors and fire alarms to see if they have new batteries installed. Look where the transfer switch is located for the RV generator. It will help you isolate power from the rest of the electric grid to avoid shocks.

It is not safe to drive your RV when a tornado or hurricane is approaching. Evacuation is the best solution to stay safe. So, be prepared to protect yourself from such weather conditions. However, there is nothing much to worry if you play it safe.