Are you eager to sell your RV? And have you already used ample amount of soaps and cleaners to pretty it up in a hurry? But that might not be enough to pull in the potential buyers. Most of the buyers are partial to a fair deal of course, but they also want to put their travel plans on wheels as quickly as possible. So, making your rig travel-ready for your potential buyers can work in your favor and help you get a profitable quick sell. But how to get the RV travel-ready? Let us show you the way.
Check the Fuel Water Sensor
Water in the fuel can cause some nasty problems that are quite expensive to repair. You can assume that your potential buyer would embark on a long journey after buying the rig from you. So, check the fuel water sensor that allows only the purest form of fuel to flow in the pumps and injectors. Checking and draining the fuel water separator can maintain engine performance and make the journeys stress-free. Forgetting or just avoiding to address this issue can break the deal when experts hired by your buyer find the problem. So, get on with it.
A Thorough Inspection Can Save the Deal
Checking every bit of the rig for cracks and broken seals can help you make the RV travel-ready. Looking closely at the cooling fans for bent areas and insect infestation in the air vents, can save you an embarrassment. Granted that not every RV owner is adept at handling machine problems, but you can always seek professional help for complex issues.
Change the Oil for Best Performance
If you haven’t already, now is as good a time as any to change the engine oil. Engine oil works as a protective coating, keeping parts in the engine from grinding. Plus, it can keep the engine cool and protect the combustion cycle. So, if you want a quick sell, changing the oil and maintaining your RV performance seem to be the smart play.
Like we said, you would most probably need
professional assistance to handle some of these issues. But, playing your part as an inspector can make the maintenance process twice as much efficient in keeping the rig travel-ready. That is what your potential buyers want and you should take initiatives to make that happen, and get top dollar on the deal.