More of this on the roads?
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"The mix for big dealers used to be 70 percent of sales would be motorhomes. . . . Now it's 30 percent motorhomes and 70 percent fifth-wheel and travel trailers," Wayne Barnes, owner of B&B RV center in Anderson, northern California, told local site redding.com. Dealers have had to adapt to the new trends in road trip holidays, supplying less of the big and more of the small.
The smaller motorhomes and trailers are not only cheaper to buy, but easier on the gas. Trailers can also be more convenient- you can leave them at a campsite and be free to take your car to explore the area.
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Author: Phil Wright+