Another Membership Perk – welcomia/istockphoto It’s Not Actually Costco – stockcam/istockphoto Costco Doesn’t Sell RVs – welcomia/istockphoto The Process Is Simple – Cheapism Slide 1 of 11: Costco has long been known for offering its members deep discounts on giant tubs of peanut butter, super-sized boxes of cereal, and plenty of other products. In 1989, however, it formed the Costco Auto Program, which gave cardholders a new way to buy cars, trucks, and other vehicles — not exactly the type of purchases people normally associate with a trip to Costco. Not available to the general public, the program can offer real value and a much better buying experience to Costco members — including those in the market for an RV. Here’s everything you need to know. (Not a Costco member? You can apply here.)Related: 22 Important Things to Consider Before Buying an RV