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post Aug 8 2005, 04:02 PM
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We currently own a 30 ft TT, bought from Vacationland RV in Big Rock, Illinois. It is also stored there for $365/year. Trouble is, they have one pt mechanic on staff, and are typically behind several months. When things go wrong, the owner typically can get skunked. A week ago, our refrigerator/freezer died, and we were told they are backed up 7 weeks. Kind've takes care of our camping season, if we were hoping to use our fridge. The trailer is two years old, and maybe has 6 weeks of use into it. We are very disappointed with the dealer and their service, so much so that we are looking to purchase another trailer from a different dealer. Does anyone have any suggestions as to a dealer that allows reasonable storage fees (we've seen some as much as $900 a year--way to steep for us). We are 30 minutes west of Chicago; east of Rockford; north of Joliet. I'd even buy from one dealer, and store in another lot, if I could find something nearby that's reasonable.
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post Sep 7 2005, 10:59 AM
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We're considering another RV purchase and were looking at buying out of state. wink.gif
1. What states do not have tax on vehicle purchases
2. Do these states require you to set up a corporation in order to purchase the vehicle? If so, what is the time/ cost involved??
3. Any thoughts, ideas, or recommendations??
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