Help your customers find the perfect RV for their future adventures. Here are six smart questions to ask:
If your customers plan to stick to public campgrounds, keep in mind there may be size restrictions. For this purpose, it's best to stay below 30 feet long, The Scenic Route, blog of GoRVing, advised. On the other hand, if they intend to explore private campgrounds, they'll probably be able to bring in a larger vehicle.
For longer vacations, a bigger rig might be a smart idea so there's enough space to pack clothes, toiletries, food and essentials. A fifth wheel is a good option for longer trips because this model has ample storage space. For weekend jaunts or minimalist travelers, a teardrop trailer may have just enough room to accommodate their needs.
Many lightweight cars today have towing capabilities, but every vehicle has a weight limit. People with smaller vehicles may need to choose a lighter RV such as a teardrop, while trucks and SUVs with higher weight ratings can size up to travel trailers, fifth wheels and other, larger options.
Most teardrop trailers have room for two people and would be cramped if you added another. However, other models can fit a family of four (two children, two adults), according to Curbed. Larger trailers like foldable, pop-up, travel trailers and fifth wheels typically have room for a few more.
When counting the number of people, don't forget about your best friend, Fido. Pets take up space, too.
If you're considering getting a trailer that fits your family, make sure everyone will feel comfortable in the space. Most trailers aren't exactly known for their ample legroom, but that's not to say there aren't roomy models out there. Seek out one that fits your unique brood.
Keep in mind that your children will grow. Maybe your tots fit comfortably in a teardrop trailer now, but what about in 5 or 10 years? If camping trips are a family tradition, consider seeking out one that will continue to accommodate you for many journeys to come.
Consider what you'll be doing when you use your trailer. Will you want space inside to relax and play cards? Or will it be solely used as a sleeping hub, and you'll spend your days hiking, swimming and otherwise exploring?
If you need space for your travels, whether for relaxing, storage or entertaining guests, a bigger model will most likely suit you best. But if your trailer will mainly be used at night for sleeping, with few other people coming in and little need to store goods, a tinier option could work well.
However your customers answer these questions, make sure you have what they need to choose the right trailer for them. That includes a good financing program. Aqua Finance's proprietary underwriting system approves more customers than the typical financing company. This not only benefits your customers hoping to buy a great RV, but it can also increase sales at your business.
Contact us to learn more about RV financing with Aqua Finance.