Hi everyone. I've an old car (+10yrs) and an even older motorhome (20yrs), both of which are starting to cost me a bit of money to maintain, neither of which are retaining any residual value. I've been toying with the idea of selling both the car and the coachbuilt MH then downsizing to a brand new PVC - which I don't think will be a problem, it's only a 6m coach anyway, but I'd be looking for a 6.3m PVC. This would save me a fair bit of dosh each year as I'd then only have one servicing cost, one MOT cost, one TAX, one insurance(!) etc. My "trusty" MH is costing me thousands per year (literally, roof leaks, gearbox woes, etc) so believe me when I say I'll be saving money by buying new The only thing I'm unsure of is the practicalities of using a PVC as my daily driver? I cover about 10,000 miles a year in the car and about 4,000 in the MH so realistically I'd be putting 12k to 15k on a PVC. What's this likely to do to the value of it in say 5 years time? It'd realistically have c70,000 miles on the clock by that point. Sounds high when I say it like that... Driving to work not a problem, we've a huge yard to park in. Driving to Tesco each week? We'd probably just choose a parking bay at the far end of the carpark and overhang a bit? Is the potentially high mileage likely to be a potential showstopper to my pipe dreams? I know the base vehicle itself is good for it, they're designed to hit 100k miles right? But I'm pretty sure a mileage this high, no matter how well loved, cared for and well serviced it might be, is likely to put off some potential buyers and / or any future part-exchange value? Am I missing anything practical here?