Motor Home Specialist Is Ready for Spring and Summer with RV Buying Tips for 2010

Spring and Summer travel is just around the bend, and as new and pre-owned RVs continue to roll through the lots at Motor Home Specialist, CEO Donny O’Banion offers these RV buying tips for couples and families who are ready to hit the road.

Online PR News – 11-February-2010 – – “We’re big advocates of the RV lifestyle, and our inventory can accommodate any style or length of travel for couples or families who desire this type of travel,” says O’Banion.

A smaller RV is better for trips, either short or long trip, where the traveler is frequently on the move. Class C or Class B+ motorhomes, otherwise known as mini motorhomes, don’t require a lot of setup or breakdown are work best for parking in remote areas off the beaten path. Motor Home Specialist has several 2010 models from Monaco, Four Winds, Gulf Stream and Coachmen that are discounted even more than the Texas RV dealer’s competitive prices, all with high end options that transform the vehicle into a luxury home away from home.

Individuals and couples (even snow birds!) who desire an RV for long-term use will enjoy the diesel pusher or Class A motor home such as the 2010 Coachmen Mirada, with a bunk house and two slide-outs. These large models feature popular amenities such as one and a half bathrooms (a full lavatory with a shower in the master bathroom, and a powder room off of the main living area) for travelers who frequently entertain in the RV resort or who like to bring guests along with them for roadway adventures.

Additionally, the no-pressure, non-commissioned staff at Motor Home Specialist encourage shoppers to look through an entire RV “livable” factors such as the size of the bed and closets, location of the windows, and whether or not a floor plan fits their needs. with more the 225 motorhome in stock at their 22-acre RV Mall, the dealer is sure to have an RV that fills every wish on the list.

“When factoring in airfare, hotel, food and entertainment over a handful of vacations, it’s cheaper to travel by RV,” says O’Banion. “Getting there is part of fun, and you’re not limited to where the plane lands.”

Just how cheap is “cheap?” Motor Home Specialist’s bunk house Class C 2010 models are as low as $50,000. “…and because of our high volume sales, we have no more 2008 or 2009 models on our lot. We move our inventory quickly here so that we always have the latest and best available from our manufacturers.”

Visit Motor Home Specialist family-owned dealership just south of Dallas – Ft. Worth, or online from anywhere at to view detailed videos and virtual tours from the largest volume selling dealer in Texas and among the Top Ten in the country. Call today at 800-335-6054 to hear more, and get ready for 2010 vacations.