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Travel trailer trends
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Black Book recently released a report for December, showing that the average selling price for motorized units was $42,633, which is down $2,751 (6.1 percent) from the previous month.
Wholesale RV shipments
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The RV Industry Association’s December survey of manufacturers found that total RV shipments ended the month with 27,516 wholesale shipments, a decrease of 3 percent from the 28,363 units shipped last December.
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November 2019 new-boat registrations in the main powerboat categories were down 0.1 percent compared to the same month the previous year and 1.9 percent overall year-over-year.
Fifth wheel segment
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NADAguides has released its year-end market insights for 2019, showing that all segments of the RV market performed either on par with last year or notably better.
figures of people
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An important measure of consumer confidence fell slightly in December but remained at a historic high, providing cautious optimism about consumer spending in 2020.
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As RV dealers and manufacturers focus on selling the newest towable and motorized RVs, the ever-increasing numbers of RV owners are fueling expansions and improvements at many campgrounds and RV parks across Florida, and prompting developers to build several new RV resorts across the state, according to industry officials.
pickup truck
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With the December reports tallied, the U.S. auto industry ended 2019 with 17.1 million vehicles sold, falling short of the post-recession boom years as buying habits continue to swing in favor of profitable trucks and SUVs.
hiring
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Unemployment rates were lower in November 2019 than a year earlier in 223 of the 389 metropolitan areas, higher in 137 areas, and unchanged in 29 areas, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Travel trailer and fifth wheel value trends
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Black Book has reported that the average selling price for motorized units was $45,384, which is down $909 (1.9 percent) from the previous month.
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Amid global recession worries, RV industry is feeling the pain, with shipments declining in 2019. However, things appear a little encouraging as head into 2020.

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