Buying or selling a motorhome can be an overwhelming experience if you don’t know what you are doing. Here are some helpful topics to consider during the purchasing or selling phase.
The Prevost (pronounced pray-voh; the -st is silent) motor home company came to fruition in 1924 when Eugene Prevost, a cabinet maker, was asked to make a custom body for a truck chassis. His creation was a hit and he was approached by others to do the same for them. — Click to Learn More
Does the RV Life seem a little unorthodox to you? Well the estimated 1.3 million Americans who are full-time RV’er probably thought that at one time as well. So how do you make the leap from the run-of-the-mill to life on the road? Here are some quick tips to help you let go and get going! — Click to Learn More
As a first time motor home buyer, you may not know exactly what you are looking for. You may be unsure of what size motor home you will need or how the layout will work for you. — Click to Learn More
Tiffin Motor homes was started by Bob Tiffin in 1972. That year he built the first Allegro. But 1972 was a tough year to start an RV company because of a national gas crisis. Fortunately, Bob had learned from prior family businesses that if he built something well and had superior customer service that the customers would come. — Click to Learn More
A sincere thank you to Motor Home Finders in assisting two novices in the sale of our motor home. Their counsel during the entire process was key to eventually completing a deal that met the needs of both buyer and seller. They were with us by phone as we worked through the closing process, providing the bill of sale and assisting with the wire transfer. They stayed with us until the transaction was successfully completed.