This was our first RV experience and we spent a lot of time and effort researching the necessary skills, equipment, and resources needed to make it successful. YouTube took care of a lot of that and RVShare emerged as the gateway to making it happen. It all led to David's Class C and this experience gave us everything we wanted in exploring a retirement option. We did a two week round trip to Florida with single campground overnights. The MB drove great and even the wife had no problem driving with the truckers on the interstates. A diesel would be my only choice if buying. Class C was perfect for us and a small dog. All the sleeping, dining, bath, hookup, and dry camping components on this rig were top notch - we intentionally tried them all. We needed some help and direction on a couple of issues during the trip and it only took an immediately responded to cell call for David to address it. I recommend you grab this rig when available if it meets your needs and you can be sure that David will do all possible to make it a good experience.
I have a family of 5 and a seasonal food truck business which has grown and doesn't allow us time to use our RV in summer months as much. Our 2004 class A motorhome is low mileage and well maintained. We go to Florida every winter in our RV and for a long weekend to Rangely Lake Maine in the summer. Now that gas prices are down we are planning a trip to Yellowstone Park this summer. I also have a 2014 Mercedes Bendz Motorhome registered to our NH based business that is available October to May for those looking to head south with the birds during winter. I have a hobby in motor sports and travel often for auto races, snowmobile and motorcycle trips. Ive lived in New England my whole life and can suggest many sights to see if you are coming from out of the area.