Costs less than half of what one inspection would cost.

Most people spend $595+ on an inspection for a new or used travel trailer plus any other costs if it is a Class A, B, or C.

Multiple inspections can be burdensome on your time and wallet.

This course allows you to inspect as many trailers as you want to ensure that you are buying the right model in the best condition

Scheduling an inspection can be a hassle, especially with someone traveling hundreds of miles.

Skip the phone calls, travel fees, and inspection time, inspect your new camper by yourself.

Certified inspectors are not based in every city. A certified inspector may not even be an option for you.

This course is the best option if you do not have a certified inspector in your city. Several states do not even have one inspector.

Even new campers need to be inspected. We found many flaws when we purchased our new unit.

Come to your delivery appointment armed with the knowledge to find any flaws the dealer may be hiding or have missed so you leave with a working RV.

RV’s can be hard to maintain and that is a major fact of why we are considering not purchasing one.

This course can be used over and over to inspect your camper annually to keep it in the best condition possible while preserving the resale value.

What this course includes:

67 Step by Step Videos Showing you the Process

3 Checklists to keep track of your inspection

Thousands of dollars savings in time and money

Course FAQ’s

What is your return policy?

We have a 30 day no questions asked return policy. We want you to be happy and successful with your RV purchase.

Will this work for someone with no knowledge?

Yes, even if you know nothing about campers, this will walk you through step by step how to inspect a new or used camper, travel trailer, 5th wheel, or motorhome prior to purchasing.

Will this work if I am more advanced than a beginner?

Yes, even if you are an advanced RV’er, you will find benefit from this course. Not only do we walk you through each item step by step, but we show you how to negotiate money off of your next RV purchase by pointing out the flaws of what you find during your inspection.

Will this help me out if I am buying a new camper?

It is very important to do your own detailed inspection of a new travel trailer, RV, 5th wheel, or camper prior to purchase. In our case, we found one outlet that was miswired and a leak in the roof. This saved us downtime while camping and avoided the dealer’s repair center.

What happens after I buy the course?

After you click purchase, you will instantly have access to all of our video lessons and spreadsheets.

Does this cover the drivetrain of Class A, B, or C RV’s?

We have a module about the drivetrain, but we do not cover how to inspect the drivetrain. Even a $595 inspection with a certified inspector will not cover the drivetrain.

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