Recreational Vehicles RVs - What to Look For in a
Motor Home How to Compare
January 23 2006
Floor plan for
Recreational Vehicle (RV) can make a vacation extremely enjoyable.
The choices seem endless, but you should first decide if you want a
trailer, camper or motor home. There are advantages to all of
fifth wheels can be parked and left. You will be able to leave the
trailer and view the local sites in your motorized car. Of course
you can tow a vehicle behind your motor home. Some of the new newer
trailers include a space in the rear for carrying dirt bikes and
other toys. The space can sometimes be converted into a living
(motorized RVs) are divided into three categories. The first is
type A that includes the standard motor home or coach. These are
the size of busses and are generally the roomiest of all RVs. They
include luxury amenities and can sleep up to six usually. They
start at abound $58,000 and can go up to $400,000 or more.
Type B RVs are
usually called van campers. They drive like the family van and can
sleep up to four. They usually start at $40,000 and go up to
$74,000 new. The price is appealing, compared to their larger
Type C RVs are
vans but have large extended camping space in the rear. They are
much larger than Type B campers. They may have a sleeping space
over the cab and the vehicle may be able to handle 8 sleepers. They
start at $48,000 and go up to $140,000 brand new.
There are many
manufactures and you should compare all of your options before
deciding. An RV show is a great place to start. You will want to
compare amenities, floor plans, slide outs and price.
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