Thursday, April 8, 2010

Buying A Tent Trailer

If you are considering about the acquisition of a new tent trailer then it is wise to bear in mind a lot of alternative things before purchasing. Budget is the main factor. This is the number one factor that decides whether or not you can afford a new unit or if you have to get a second hand trailer tent. The most important thing is to stick to a budget and then see what is offered. Expect to pay £1500 for a very minimal, 2 berth camper trailer from brand new up to £8000 for a larger eight person model.

Where do you hope to store the trailer tent when it isn't in use? Do you think it is safe enough whilst being easy enough for you to get to? If you fancy doing a deal with the supplier, try to get them to throw in a storage bracket that allows the trailer unit to be stored on its side, saving space.

Think approximately what size camper trailer you want and then add at least one additional berth so that you don't get too cramped. There is nothing worse than too many persons trying to cram into a little area when it is wintry and showery and everyone has just come in off an extended ramble. A wonderful way of adding extra space to your tent trailer would be to buy an awning so that you can sleep more folks and have a larger eating space.

Make sure you get a presentation from the dealer as well as comprehensive instructions on how to raise the trailer tent, especially if you are a novice purchaser. This will make your initial vacation a lot easier to handle as you will have a clear idea on how to achieve the formation. Don't forget to get the detailed instruction booklet so you don't get caught out. If you still require pointers then any dependable dealership will be delighted to assist.