Purchasing Used 2018 Voltage 3005-prep question
Folks, new to the forum. In the process of purchasing a 2018 Dutchmen Voltage 3005 from the original owner. We've looked long and hard for a used toy hauler, preferably a Dutchmen, and I must say, almost all we looked at were not in good condition. We only went back to 2017 and, even then, they were not taken care of. This one, on the other hand, is immaculate. Again, original owner and is selling because they don't have the time to use it. I asked how many miles on it in his opinion and he said around 2K. Longest trip they made in it was 150 miles one-way and they estimated that they probably took 2-3 trips/year.
Having said all of that because of bad timing and the search taking much longer than we anticipated we're going to have to pretty much pick it up and leave on a 2,000 mile trip. Again, I would not normally do this but we have to make the trip for a family illness/surgery. If we had not found this when we did we were just going to rent.
I may have 1 day to check it out before the trip. If I can get it into an RV service shop I will to have the brakes, hubs, bearings, etc. checked out. My question is, if I cannot get in to a shop what can/should I do to do as best a safety check on it as possible before we go? If the A/C, stereo, oven, TV, water pump, etc. crap out on us along the way we'll survive (we did check all these things thoroughly before buying and everything checked out). What I'm most concerned about is road/towing safety - brakes not working; hubs failing, etc.
Any advice/suggestions would be greatly appreciate. Like I said, if at all possible I'm going to get it into a shop before we go but it may not work out. Thanks in advance.