Recreational vehicles are for the rich. They are for the travelers. They are fascinating, they are fun. But they are also very difficult to maintain. You can imagine leading a life where you travel continuously, living inside a vehicle, doing practically everything inside it. It looks like a dream. Once you achieve it, is when you hit dirt. But what would think of when you want to sell the RV? You first think of its advantages.
You need to tell the buyer why it is good for them. You can also explain the types of RV and help them understand why the one you have is better for them. There are so many types, motor conversions like the bus converter, van converter or the truck converter, travel trailers or fifth wheels. You have the motorhome class A bus converter and you want to sell the RV. What are the advantages and disadvantages or pros and cons of this particular type?
But the buyer would also want to know its disadvantages, when you want to sell the RV. you have to make them understand its consequences completely if you really want them to be satisfied.
You also have to think of and make arrangements of your living, working conditions when you sell the RV. If you tired of the nomadic life that you were living, you would now prefer a sedentary one with a job and financial security. You need to think of your family, children and parents. Make your decision wisely and go ahead with your decision once you have finalized everything around you.
My name is Hasanuzzaman Sattar. I live in Kolkata, India’s second largest city, and a major tourist attraction. I am a 31-year-old Software Engineer with remarkable skill in all fields of Internet technology.
Where I come from
I come from a middle-class Indian family and was born on the 4th of March 1986 in one of the rural areas of the West Bengal state. My hometown is Baharampur situated in the central part of West Bengal. I am the only son in a family of three children, my two elder sisters are married and my father is a former high school teacher.
Even though I come from a humble background, I have always been an outstanding student. By the year 2003, I had completed my higher secondary education with exceptional grades in all the science subjects. By the year 2005, I was right and ready for the West Bengal University of Technology’s entrance exams. I was one of the top candidates to be selected for Engineering and went on to attain a bachelor’s degree in Engineering with Electronics and Communication. At the age of 23 years, in 2009, I was qualified and ready for professional work.
What I am Today
In December 2009, I joined the Hightech Lab Company as a junior software developer only to rise after a period of 3 months to the post of Project Manager! I’ve always been brilliant at generating various types of software and after a further working experience of 3 months, I decided it was time to take the jump. In May 2010, after having worked for just 6 months, I successfully launched my very own software company, ALSOFT.
Furthermore, I am an expert at planning disaster recovery for data centers; handling implementation and management procedures of huge databases. Web software development is my dream and I am up to facing all types of challenges relating to computer technology over the internet. I am the ideal person for dynamic website designing and development and have a vast experience in GUI software design.
I am a highly ambitious programmer and my true goal is to enhance ALSOFT’s standing on the Internet as a top ranking online service provider like Google and Bing. On 21st August 2015, I launched this website: http://www.aldictionary.com. Its ranking info is on http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/aldictionary.com. In just 2 years, this website has 5000 unique visitors from all over the world. I look forward to creating an efficient single platform for all internet users to educate or simply enjoy themselves. I am currently in the process of developing such services; a few have been launched and more are on the way.
Facing problems and challenges is something I enjoy doing. I’m not referring to just simple problems which may easily be solved by using the right formula or appropriate reference material but complicated problems. Complications requiring innovative solutions or brainstorming design requirements. I enjoy being pushed to the limits of trying to figure out what actually could be done with any particular material or method.