If you’re in the market for used campers, you’re obviously a person that enjoys the bush and wants to give your family some quality time spent together. What better way to do that than with your very own camper! Imagine attaching it to the car and going on a family adventure for a few days.
But buying used campers can be an adventure all on it’s own and unless you know what you’re buying, that adventure could turn bad. Not to worry though, just like going camping, if you’re prepared then you will be fine.
So, what sort of things should you look for and look out for when shopping around for used campers? Firstly, you need to give used campers a good look over for any physical damage that has affected the structure of the camper. It’s quite common for campers to become scratched or dented through use but this is to be expected and easily repaired. Structural damage can come about from the camper being rolled over or tipped during towing.
The next thing you need to give some consideration to when purchasing used campers is the weight of the camper. Campers come in all manner of shapes and sizes, so it’s important that your car will be capable of towing the camper. Most Australian makes and models are sufficient for towing campers but the larger the camper, the more power you will need.
Lastly, check out prices of used campers to compare one offer to another. There’s no rush when buying campers as they’re often being sold on the market due to their popularity. Campers also have excellent resale value should you ever decide to sell.