Just like the quality of different trailer brands varies, so does the quality of service you get from various trailer dealerships. Some sell used units, while others only sell new ones. Some sell tenting supplies in addition to folding trailers and campers, while others offer high-end RVs only.
Professionals who work in this business include sales associates, repair technicians, and others who can round out the sales or rental experience for the customer. Sales associates should be able to work out financing, along with agreeable rates and terms. Services offered may include test drives, rentals, flexible financing, and selections of new and used vehicles.
They can give tours of RVs, folding trailers, and other portable shelters, which may include sleeping areas with beds, cooktops, bathrooms and showers, running water, and boat hitches. A large RV can be essentially a home on wheels, with every amenity and luxury you could think of. Tents, on the other hand, are considered “roughing it,” but can feature some pretty large sizes and amenities too. Both can be used at camp sites.
Authorized dealers of portable travel trailers may offer factory warranties and sell only the highest quality manufactured campers around. They may feature websites as an added convenience to customers, who can research the company's services, look for parts and accessories like cargo supplies, and get information on financing. Customers may be able to shop online 24/7, purchasing items like supplies, tents, and accessories.
Some providers are full-service companies, offering services like fabric repair, installation of new appliances, winterization, brake repair, and installation of tow bars and hitches. With all the comforts of home, many campers and travel trailers are desirable vehicles to own or rent.