Originally Posted by meschelle
Not sure if such a thing exists, but if they have a extended warranty for used trailers from the dealer, get it. Ours is new so not sure.
Also do not let them rush you, take as much time as you need, we felt a little pressure to hurry because our dealer was VERY busy and sure enough the things that didn't work right on the walk through still are not working correctly:
Congratulations & Enjoy
Good advice throughout, especially downloading manual in advance so you can go thru it several times to mark what you particularly don't understand. Videos are good, and notes are great!
My experience has been that a dealer may offer you a service warranty on a used trailer, but that of course would be local and wouldn't apply to other dealers. We did this as a local "extended warranty" when factory warranty expires because we did all our service at our local dealership. Worked well for us and for dealer--we ended up with substantial discount on service, and he made sure we didn't wander elsewhere for major services.
There's a lot of stuff to absorb. After the extensive dealer run thru and spending an overnight there if you can, if you have the time it would be great to plan a shakedown cruise to a nearby RV park of at least two days, and expect to go back to dealer for tune ups based on what you find. Do it where there's good cell service and while the dealer is open so you can talk to service at least during biz hours!
After a while, it will all become natural, easy and faster!