Ah, that clarifies. But most of what I said still applies.For boondocking, you WILL want an electric generator and MAY want a complete solar-power system. The former is standard on a lot of motorhomes. The latter, rarely so, and isn't cheap; but some people find it worthwhile. Also larger water and waste tanks are good; you pick those when you pick the rig and really can't do much about either.The best time and place in the US to buy a used rig is almost certainly Quartzsite, AZ in March and early April. This is a town that lives and dies by the RV. The area population in January is probably in excess of 700,000, but by the end of April it will be well under 20,000 and through the summer it's under 5,000. (It grows back beginning in mid to late October). Nearly all the departures are RVers, and if even 1% of them leaving the RV world that's a heck of a lot of used RVs to be disposed of in a small market. (Which is why you'll be competing with used-RV dealers from most of the US - but still you'll be paying near the bid price rather than the ask price, and the bid/ask gap is huge on all sorts of vehicles.)
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