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Exploring Various Types of Recreational Vehicles (RV) So you’ve finally decided RV’ing is for you. Whether you plan to buy brand new or used, first you have to know what the different types of motorhomes there are today. Of course, this allows you to buy the one that will actually satisfy your needs. The good news is motorhomes come in a whole range of shapes and sizes, but you can understand them better as they are classified into seven basic groups: Class A The biggest and most luxurious of the group are Class A motorhomes, which are also usually called conventional motorhomes. They are your classic “home away from home” on wheels, completely equipped for any kind of trip. Class A RV’s are made on a motor vehicle chassis that is made specifically for this purpose.
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Class C
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A Class C motorhome is a leveled-down counterpart of a Class A motorhome, and as such, it is also less expensive. This RV is supported by an automotive-manufactured van frame that has a cab section attached to it. Van Conversion Also called Class B motorhomes, converted vans are literally vans that have been converted into RV’s, which means they now have sleeping, eating as well as bathroom facilities. They are obviously smaller in size, but that can be a plus for small weekend getaways. Pop-up Trailer True to its name, a pop-up trailer, which also referred to as a fold down travel trailer or a tent trailer, is a lightweight motorhome that comes with collapsible sides for easy towing and storage. Truck Camper When you encounter a small RV that is affixed to or loaded onto the bed or chassis of a pickup truck, that is called a truck camper. Travel Trailer Travel trailers are motorhomes that are meant to be pulled by a vehicle using a frame or bumper hitch. The travel trailer has all the comforts and conveniences of home, making it also perfect for those weekend family vacations. Fifth Wheel Fifth wheel travel trailers are meant to be fastened to and towed by a pickup that has a special hitch in the truck bed. These are two-level units that offer the best livable space of all towed motorhomes. Offering all the comforts of home, they are also great for short family vacations. All motorhomes falling under these general classes could have different rig features, depending on their age and manufacturer. As you might tell, differences in prices can be quite dramatic, from a minimum of $5,000 to a high of about $200,000 or even higher (fully customized rigs can go well above half a million dollars). If you’ve never purchased a motorhome before, it will be smart to visit a local dealer and get familiar with your options. This is a small time investment you can make in exchange for great returns when you finally own the RV of your dreams.

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