Who Was Aunty Wainwright?
Aunty Wainwright was the shop owner, on last of the summer wine TV series. (little did you know she sold motorhomes as well)! The character Clegg was always reluctant to go into her store, because, she always sold him something he did not want to buy. Does that sound familia?
In addition, she was extremely mean, and felt cheated, when giving a discount. At Compo’s funeral, pretending to be blind, in order to avoid giving money to a church collection. They do not make them like that anymore or do they?
Buying From Aunty Wainwrights Motorhomes
Well as the sign says, “caveat emptor” buyer beware! So, before entering any Aunty Wainwrights motorhomes showroom, maybe that is good advice. Especially, if Aunty Wainwright is on duty! I write about this in the nicest way possible. But, does the story sound familiar.
Yes, in you go and all you see is shiney motorhomes, all saying buy me, no buy me, no over here! And before you can say Jack Robinson, who ever he may have been, Aunty Wainwright will have struck. You will now possibly be the new owner of a motorhome that is not quite for you!
How Did That Happen?
Ask yourself, were you so naive to just buy the one that Aunty Wainwright recommended? Such a nice one, made for you and as cheap as chips! Those words still ringing in your ears! Yes, by jove, she has struck again and also maneuvered, that old stock model into your drive as well.
How does she do it? Well when you are buying a motorhome, the heart can rule the head. Now that is a dangerous combination, especially with Aunty Wainwright in full flow! There are many of Aunty Wainwrights relatives still out there, “Steady Tiger” they look hungry.
First Time Buying
When buying any motorhome for the first time, great care is needed. The facts remain that motorhomes are no small cost items, far from it! So, please have a laugh about Aunty Wainwrights motorhomes but, remember to do your research.
You may have brought all sorts of things in the past but, these are really different. They will become your home on wheels, for many weeks for some people. Just try to keep them in tip top condition and if you want advice ask a motorhome owner not Aunty Wainwright!