My sister got me interested in the idea of buying an RV when she was touring with some music artist. I don’t remember the musician, but I remember her saying that life on the road really makes you take in the world around you, and you learn how big the country really is! I was inspired, but I surely didn’t have the money laying around to lease a tour bus like the one she rode for months. I began researching the market, checking automotive trader magazines and looking for a cheap, used RV that would be suitable for a solo ride. Then I found the perfect little winnebago only a few days into the search! It had over one hundred thousand miles on it already, but the entirety of the vehicle was still in good shape and the onboard heating and air conditioning was still in great shape. I met with the seller who wanted a modest sum for the vehicle, and I insisted on getting in and test-driving the RV before I make an offer. Hesitant at first, the seller obliged and we hit the road for about twenty minutes. Immediately, I noticed that the air conditioning system in the RV was only working at the front where the driver’s seat was located. I asked the seller if he noticed that the air quality in the back of the RV was lacking, and he pretended he had no idea! The nerve of this guy almost made me laugh. To make things worse, the car’s air conditioning system shut off on its own after about ten minutes, and started blowing air that was the same temperature as the outside! Driving this little RV with hot air blowing in my face proved to leave me nauseated, and I ultimately had to tell the seller I wasn’t interested any longer. He tried to make it seem like I was wasting his time, but that wasn’t the case! I wasted time that could’ve been spent looking for an RV with excellent and reliable heating and air conditioning onboard!