There's nothing out of the ordinary about traveling for the majority of the year in an RV, but most people do it in large and luxurious Class A motorhomes or fifth-wheel RVs. For many people, traveling full-time in a much smaller Class B RV is a different kettle of fish. The following talks about some of the considerations to make if you decide to make the open road your new home in a Class B RV.
If you are like most business owners shopping for a used semi truck, you might be more concerned about getting your products on the road again or finding a bargain than you are about seemingly insignificant details such as cab condition or filter type. Unfortunately, being a little too cavalier about your rig shopping could cause a lot of heartache in the long run. Here are two red flags you should know about when you are shopping for a used semi truck, and how to avoid trouble: