Class A Motorhome Class B Motorhome Class C Motorhome Fifth-Wheel Trailer Travel Trailer SURV Folding Trailer Truck Camper
These motorhomes are positioned at the top of the RV arena as far as interior space, comfort and amenities are concerned. They’re also the most expensive. These vehicles are sometimes known as camping van conversions because they typically start as a full-size van from Ford, GM or Dodge and then have an RV interior and hardware installed inside the stock body. A Class C motorhome starts with a cab-and-chassis unit and has the RV body added to that chassis. Most Class C’s have a cab-over-body section used for a large bed or to house cabinets, a TV and the like. For a variety of reasons, fifth-wheel trailers have become enormously popular. The principal advantage of a fifth-wheel is extra-stable towing due to the geometry of the hitch location and design. Travel trailers come in two classifications: less than 4,000 lbs. and more than 4,000 lbs. SURV stands for sport-utility recreation vehicle. There are two types of SURV: motorized and towable. This is the model that’s often the first RV many people own. It’s seen as a practical step-up vehicle to make that jump from a tent to an RV. A slide-in camper is made to be toted by a pickup, and there’s a wide range of equipment levels available. Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More

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