I'm currently shopping for a trailer by R-Vision, Trail Cruiser. I was told by a salesman that the flooring is spongy because that's how they reduced the weight of the trailers. Campers with this type please respond. Thanks. Old Camper 52
Just my opinion but if it is an older rv and the floor feels spongy - probably water damage and dry rot. Move on. If it is a brand new rv and the floor feels spongy - probably really cheap construction. Again - move on.