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A different lake all the time?

    Travel Trailers in British Columbia, have made a comeback, a trend realtors and consumers link to the rising costs of real estate in the region.   Lightweight, compact, and towable, fibreglass trailers serve as an alternative for many urbanites seeking remote vacations without the expense of a traditional cottage or cabin.   Simultaneously, good quality travel trailers have skyrocketed in demand over the past few years, this is attributed to the rising costs of living in Western Canada, including fuel prices.     “Many of our customers see it as a financially viable way not to miss out on cherished summer holidays”, . . . Read more

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It’s RV Show Time!

RV Show Tips For First-Timers     Whether you are actually in the market for a new RV, or just looking to see what new advances were being offered that year, RV shows are always a fun experience.    RV shows are a great place to get acquainted with what’s available in the world of RVs.  The newcomer can wander in and out, inspecting and exploring without having a salesman hanging right over your shoulder.  The salesmen at RV shows know that the crowd is more interested in looking than buying, and they will typically hang back until you go looking for them.   Here are some things you should know before you attend . . . Read more

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A cost effective way to enter the RV lifestyle.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR USED INVENTORY   Buying a used RV can be a cost-efficient way to enjoy the RV lifestyle within a budget that works for you! But purchasing a used RV can come with its own unique set of challenges, like gauging the extent of everyday wear and tear, detecting malfunctions, and identifying damage sustained by previous owners. So if you're looking to buy a pre-owned RV, be sure you're satisfied with your selection .   You can be confident that Triangle RV inspects each used RV that comes on our lot. It doesn’t leave here until it goes into our shop for a full safety inspection that includes propane, electrical and plumbing systems. Your . . . Read more

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A cost effective way to enter the RV lifestyle.

  Buying a used RV can be a cost-efficient way to enjoy the RV lifestyle within a budget that works for you! But purchasing a used RV can come with its own unique set of challenges, like gauging the extent of everyday wear and tear, detecting malfunctions, and identifying damage sustained by previous owners. So if you're looking to buy a pre-owned RV, be sure you're satisfied with your selection .   You can be confident that Triangle RV inspects each used RV that comes on our lot. It doesn’t leave here until it goes into our shop for a full safety inspection that includes propane, electrical and plumbing systems. Your propane tank will be certified and filled, . . . Read more

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The “Business” of the Black Tank

                                         Let’s go ahead and get the unpleasant, and obvious, out of the way: this is not the most pleasant of topics. We’re talking about holding and removing human waste from an RV, and while RV waste holding tanks aren’t the most glamorous topic that we get to cover when talking about our RV’s, it certainly is an important one.     1. Background   An RV has two types of waste tanks on board: a grey water tank, and a black water tank. A grey water tank collects the water that goes down . . . Read more

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The “Business” of the Black Tank

                                         Let’s go ahead and get the unpleasant, and obvious, out of the way: this is not the most pleasant of topics. We’re talking about holding and removing human waste from an RV, and while RV waste holding tanks aren’t the most glamorous topic that we get to cover when talking about our RV’s, it certainly is an important one.     1. Background   An RV has two types of waste tanks on board: a grey water tank, and a black water tank. A grey water tank collects the water that goes down . . . Read more

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