Which class or type of a Rv you choose mainly depends on your needs – how you intend to use it, the size of your camping family, the towing vehicle you already own as well as your personal preferences. Before buying RVs or camping trailers, make sure to understand their basic features and the different types. Moreover, if you have a limited budget, do your research and find camping trailer sales where you can purchase a high-quality trailer at an affordable price.
Fifth Wheel Trailers
These are also known as Fifth Wheelers and are very easy to tow. They come in different sizes from 8 meters with no slides to 12 meters with multiple slides. Many new light-weight models can be towed by a Â½ ton truck, but the larger ones need a Â¾ tonor one ton truck as a towing vehicle. These trailers have all the amenities and comforts that a travel trailer can offer and they usually come with an upstairs bedroom in front. Moreover, they have better handling and towing characteristics. If you think there is no way you can get one because of their high prices, visit camping trailer sales and I am sure you will find something that fits your budget.
Many young families choose pop up recreational vehicles because they are less expensive, lighter, and provide a lot of sleeping space. These are also called Camping or Tent Trailers. They come in a variety of sizes from 300kg, synthetic and aluminum fabric lightweight with a single bed to a big collapsible home in which 8 people can sleep. They come with a toilet, a shower and a complete kitchen. Whatever vehicle you may drive, there is a light enough trailer which you can safely tow.
Class C Motorhomes are best known as Mini Motorhomes and are built with automotive style driver and passenger doors in the cab. They come in various sizes, ranging from 7m to 11m. These are perfect for families because the cabover bed offers an extra sleeping space. They usually come with a single bed or bunk beds in the back and have a sleeping capacity of 6-8 people.
Class A Motorhomes
These vehicles are usually called Motorcoaches, Buses, Motorhomes or just Rvs. They come in various sizes from about 9 meters without slides to 12 meters with multiple slides. They also greatly vary in prices as the smaller ones cost approximately the same as a mini motorhome, whereas the big diesel buses may cost even more than a house. In general, these Motorhomes are designed for couples since they have a limited sleeping capacity.