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Question DetailsAsked on 9/19/2016

We have a 30 yr old camper that just needs to be scraped and cannot do this ourselves

Must be pulled out.
An un business like new owner kicking out people left and right and not allowing people to scrap them within the campsite has caused several campers including ours a big problem .If we leave it he will charge 800 or more. He took over this campground 3yrs ago and only wants new campers within. 32ft camper possibly can be towed out and 2 others most likely..Any feedback would be welcomed.

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Of course, check your lease terms if you have one - generally he could not force this sort of thing until rental/lease renewal time, if you are on an extended term agreement. Also, would have to apply it uniformly to everything in the trailer park, not just select ones he wants to.

As for the hauling out/disposal issue - obviously for relocation a Trailer Moving/Installation company is what you need - not an Angie List category, sorry. And of course if you could get an arrangement for several to be done at one time likely to be a bit cheaper - just be careful each owner is payhing for his own costs, not a reimurse-yuou thing, so you are not on the hook for someone else's failure to pay. And of course coordinating several moves leaves each party open to someone else not being ready on time, so some price risk there. May be best just to have yours done by itself and avoid the possible coordination hassle.

Or to sell maybe a used trailer company if they are in decent shape.

For disposal, here is a recent answer I have with a ton of links to other previous questions with answers on the issue:

Answered 3 years ago by LCD



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