Where to Buy RV Accessories and Supplies

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You can get RV supplies from your local RV dealer or online RV parts superstore.  Use these tips from Signal Connect to help you find the best RV accessories.

Each RV dealer is different. This becomes clear when recreational vehicle owners discuss what came with their RV. Some get a starter package that includes a sewer hose, water hose, and other accessories. Other motorhome owners might only get a sewer hose with their vehicle. Even if you get everything you need at the time of purchase, you still need to know where to get RV supplies. Signal Connect can help you find what you need for your RV, camper, or motorhome.

Dealing With RV Dealers

It’s not uncommon for RV dealers to include a starter kit with your vehicle purchase. These kits usually include a sewer hose, water hose, and other accessories. While this generous, some starter kits use lower-cost RV parts that only last a year or less. This might not be a problem for someone who’s aware that they will soon have to replace these RV accessories. Others don’t feel confident hitting the road with sub-standard RV accessories.

Some RV dealers offer a percentage off all motorhome accessories when you buy your RV from them. We’ve heard of some dealers offering up to 10 percent offer all items including hoses, jacks, and blocks. This might a good solution for some RV owners. Others might consider this discount small when compared to the costs of the RV.  You’ll have to judge for yourself what’s fair.

Since an RV is a big purchase, it’s best to shop around. It’s the same with RV accessories. If you believe you’re not getting a good deal from your RV dealer, you can always find another one. You could end up getting a better deal on RV accessories. If you need help finding an RV dealer in your area, do a Google search for “RV accessories for sale near me.”

RV Accessories Online

If you can’t get the deals your looking for from RV dealers, do what many RV owners do – shop online.  Doing this allows you to shop for RV accessories from the privacy of your home.  There’s no pushy salesperson or pressure to buy.  This gives you the time to find the best deals on the important things you need for your RV, camper, or motorhome.

Here are some of the most popular online sources for motorhome accessories:

When shopping online, be sure to read the product reviews for each item you plan to purchase. These are made by owners who’ve used these RV supplies. You’ll find out how well each item worked or didn’t. Many online shopping forums let you ask questions about the camper parts. It’s always good to get firsthand information before you buy anything.

Automatically generated product recommendations are a great tool to use. These pop up on your computer screen with phrases such as “also bought with.” The website’s mechanics generates these pairings based on similar purchases.  These recommendations help you get all the RV accessories you need for a fun and enjoyable trip.

Good Luck Shopping for RV Supplies!

When it comes to RV supplies, low prices aren’t everything.  What good is saving big on a product that you’ll have to replace very soon?  Bargain products also run the risk of failing before their shortened expiration dates.  It would be horrible to have a sewer hose burst in the middle of your trip!  Your recreational vehicle is your home away from home.  Don’t gamble with your investment.  Take your time and do your research to find the best RV accessories.


DIRECTV is an RV Accessory…

Speaking of RV supplies, have you ever considering adding DIRECTV to your motorhome?  It definitely adds enjoyment to short trips and long vacations.  Your family can watch their favorite shows while you drive, and you can kick back to watch TV when you stop.  Signal Connect is a DIRECTV Authorized Dealer.  This makes us your one-stop shop for viewing packages, installation, and much more.  If you’re interested in having DIRECTV for your RV, call us at 888-233-7563.


About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.