Because our son is overly sensitive to chemicals I am looking at the ads for older trailers. In another forum, someone that owned a fiberglass molded suggested something at least 3 years old would be a better choice if we were concerned about the chemicals. So, I am thinking older but solid is good. Having owned RVs over the years, I'm familiar with nearly everything but my concern would be the frame. At what point would I be looking at frame/underneath stuff needing repair or replacement. I have seen some ads where trailers from the later 90's look like new, more or less, but at 15 years old, is the frame/axle stuff going to be an issue? I realize this will vary but if anyone has any general ideas, I would appreciate them sharing. I know a lot has to do with location whether or not rust is a major problem.
A trailer I get will get heavy use, hoping to be in it at least seasonally with my son volunteering at public parks, otherwise known as "the dream".