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RE: Need help to buy Rv Trayler

n additional query for the Mallard M185 model with these features: Dry Weight3,632 lbs. Payload Capacity786 lbs. GVWR4,450 lbs. Hitch Weight484 lbs. What type of Truck Model do you recommend?
gcosio 12/18/21 12:57pm Beginning RVing
RE: Need help to buy Rv Trayler

I want to clarify that I enter this forum looking for advice and experiences for which many of the members present here have surely had. I am not a Scam nor is it my intention to spy or steal anything, I want to clarify that. It is true that I do not handle the terms of some phrases or words in the English language correctly I apologize to the Annoyed. It is true that I have no experience with VR life, but I feel entitled to learn and listen to the most experienced members of this Forum. Thanks to all who positively commented and gave me their suggestions. I must tell you that you take them with great respect and responsibility. I finally got the RV Heartland - Mallard Floorplan: M185 and I look forward to learning how to care for it and maintain it. I also trust the good people who want to help me. Thank you all.
gcosio 12/17/21 10:34am Beginning RVing
RE: Need help to buy Rv Trayler

Yes, dear, thank you for your advice, I am closing the business and I will make the changes as you tell me not to the guarantee or GAP, the RV is well taken care of, I will only inspect that the water and drainage services are equal to the air and the heating. If you have any other suggestions, it will be great. Once so thank you for your advice.
gcosio 12/15/21 10:31am Beginning RVing
RE: Need help to buy Rv Trayler

Thanks for your suggestion Skibane, today I will go to the dealer and demand that they withdraw all the guarantees included since we really throw money away and when you remove a claim they respond with many excuses and in fine print. I am looking at the closing doc and they are including a charge for Inapection of propane and battery in addition to another cleaning charge totaling $ 1000. They really are Machiavellian they buy them at the Dealer.
gcosio 12/15/21 06:15am Beginning RVing
RE: Need help to buy Rv Trayler

Thank you very much Mich, so you recommend me not to give downpayment and it is better to pay more monthly and a less time of the loan. Really what you tell me is that the family grows faster and the loan will still be very large and the rv will not have that value.
gcosio 12/14/21 11:28pm Beginning RVing
Need help to buy Rv Trayler

Hello Team and members of this fabulous club, we are a new family wanting to start a life as a Camper in an RV Trailer. Today I found an offer for a 2019 MALLARD M185. I am in the process with the Dealer to buy it but I would like to have advice on what points to clarify in the finalization for example. Would it be good to buy a guarantee of $ 2000 that lasts at least 7 years? It would be good to buy GAP insurance of $ 795 They are offering me a loan for 140 months at 6% interest is fair or where you can apply for a better interest with a credit of 720. Please someone give me the best advice to avoid putting my feet in the mud. Thanks
gcosio 12/14/21 07:41pm Beginning RVing
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