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The impact to your actual score is impossible to say because it depends on your entire credit history. Everything is interrelated. So, the same situation with the RV may impact another person’s credit score to a greater or lesser extent than you depending on their own situations.
However, I can say that the lender will likely enter the situation as a repossession on your credit report, and therefore, your score will probably suffer somewhat significantly. After the repossession, it will probably be difficult to get another loan for a few years … at least a loan with a reasonable interest rate.
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