Value Rating

Our database analyzes the many factors that influence value in the long haul. As an example, vacation-class RVs tend to deteriorate faster when they exceed an optimum length of 26 feet and deteriorate more slowly when the RV is shorter than 26 feet. This deterioration factor greatly affects the value of the RV. Another factor is depreciation. A depreciation factor is figured by calculating data of each brand from appraisal books commonly used in the RV industry. Length and depreciation are, however, only two of many factors that our database uses to determine a Value Rating. Ratings are based on a 1-to-100 scale.

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