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Monday, September 15, 2008

Recreational RVs: Which Type Suits Your Needs?

Recreational Vehicles (RVs) are automobiles that are made to satisfy the need for safe transportation as well as comfortable and spacious residence while traveling. They may serve the general purpose, but consumers can choose among the different types according to the features that will cater to their needs.

Here are some of the classifications of recreational vehicles.

1. Class A RVs

Generally, these are the most expensive and the largest among the RVs. They are built on another manufacturer's chassis and buses. It can accommodate 2 to 8 people and comes complete with furnishings and living systems.
It is coined as the ultimate movable home away from home.

The driving compartment is part of the coach, which gives more space to the RV.

They come at a price from $55,000 to more than $150,000

2. Class B RVs

These are vans that have been converted to suit the needs of its owners. They usually have a raised roof (17 to 20 feet), pop-up tops and slide-out sections.

Their size can be compared to ordinary cars, so parking is not a problem. They can also be used as an everyday vehicle. However, because of its compact size, it is most suitable for couples that will take short trips.

The Class B RVs are said to me more fuel-efficient compared to Class A RVs.

These features come with prices starting at $35,000 and above.

3. Class C RVs

These are vehicles with ordinary chassis, but with a custom-made motor home mounted on it. To maximize space, an entertainment center or overhead sleeping area is located at the top of the driving compartment.

The Class C RVs can accommodate 4 people, plus two children.

Class C RVs are suitable for a weekend trip, since full time RVing brings about problems in storage and living space.

These features will be yours with the Class C RV at prices form $40,000 to $80,000.

4. Travel Trailers

More commonly known as campers, the travel trailers are RVs that are towed. They are more lightweight than other RVs but the towing vehicle must always be considered as well.

Travel trailers cater to a wide variety of needs because of the various sizes available.

To make traveling comfortable, load-distributing hitches must be attached to the camper to ensure the control of the towing vehicle.

It comes at $10,000 to $60,000 price.

5. Fifth Wheel RVs
This vehicle got its name from the device used to mount the trailer on the middle portion of the truck bed.

This structure offers a wider variety of floor plans, making it possible to deliver features of other RV types.

The price ranges from $15,000 to $100,000.

Now, you have the basic ideas about choosing your own RV that will satisfy your needs.

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