Preparing your motorhome for sale It's worth spending time preparing your motorhome for sale - research has shown that sellers consistently get a higher price for a well prepared motorhome. Give it a good clean and polish, or get it professionally cleaned, inside and out. Get rid of any clutter, touch up any stone chips (paint touch up sticks are cheap and readily available) and get an air freshener. Replace dented or damaged wheel trims, fix minor faults and replace missing badges, check the oil level and tyre pressures. Check all the facilities inside the motorhome are working. Finally gather together all related paper work in readiness: MOT certificate, service book and V5C. If you have any old receipts for work done it's worth collecting these together as well - they help reassure the buyer that you are an organised individual who has taken care of the vehicle.