Traveling Made Easy-in a Roadtrek 210-Versatile!
- January 19, 2011
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A friend of mine was lamenting the perils of travel the other day.
“I like the idea of taking the family on vacation, but it’s such a pain. The kids get bored so easily, and their whining drives me crazy. Then there is the in and out of hotels every night, eating in strange restaurants three times a day, high gas prices, it’s just not worth it.”
“You don’t have to worry about any of that in a Roadtrek” I told him.
They say that ignorance is bliss, but not in this case. The Roadtrek 210-Versatile offers comfort, style and versatility to make those long road trips a breeze for the entire family.
There are so many advantages to the 210-Versatile. Two swiveling captain’s seats and two forward facing lounge seats provided belt seating for four up front. Pivot the seats and with the cloverleaf dining table, you are ready for whatever comes up; dinner, conversation, or an evening of games.
Enjoy the comfort of home in the L-shaped lounge at the back, which is versatile as well. Watch a movie with the optional flat screen TV and DVD player, or get caught up on your rest in the comfortable queen size bed. The 210-Versatile provides a comfortable sleeping space without losing the four up front seats.
There is plenty of storage available in the 210-Versatile—like the slide out can, jar and spice rack in the galley, built in storage organizer in the wardrobe, and an armrest with built in storage. You will have plenty of room for gear wherever you go.
Before my friend even asked, I told him to check out the inventory at Dave Arbogast in Troy, Ohio. All of their vans are online, and you can also contact one of their van experts at 1-866-975-3257.
The team at Arbogast will find the right van for your family’s needs, and can even deliver it right to your driveway. Make taking a family vacation a snap with a new Roadtrek 210-Versatile from Dave Arbogast in Troy.