When you’re going on a trip, the recreational vehicle you take is important. The sort of RV you might need can be based on the journey you have intended.
If you’re going on a trip with your whole family or several friends, a Class A Motorhome is a great option. These vehicles are large and come with a number of impressive and luxurious qualities. These may include things like TVs, fridges, full kitchen and dining space or even a whole toilet system. These RVs tend to be more expensive than most others, but are great for extended trips.
Class B Motorhomes are smaller than Class A, but with similar features. Typically, you’ll have room for a few people to enjoy a short trip, lasting for a few months. Class B Motorhomes are likely to still have TVs, refrigerators and other great features.
With decent space as a lower cost, Class C Motorhomes are almost a mix of both Class A and Class B. They are rented very often and are just right for a family going on a trip that isn’t too long. The room is comfortable, but there are much less added features.
RV Trailers can be pulled or towed by the right kind of vehicle, making them a cheaper option but still great for short trips or small groups.
Travel Trailers are made to last, with a focus on long term usefulness. Due to their size and strength, they can be towed easily from a capable vehicle. The pricing is mid-tier and many recent models will have features that include TVs, including satellite TV.
Pop-Up Trailers are usually aimed at people who want o spend moderate amounts on an RV. They can certainly cost less than a travel trailer and are light enough to be towed by a minivan. They have basic features like kitchens and bathroom areas. They are great for short trips over a few day, like on a long weekend.
Truck Camper is similar to a Pop-Up Trailer in that it has limited aspects, mostly just including the essentials. However, a truck camper is more durable and able to handle being taken over difficult terrains.
As always, when looking for a cheap way to have a great trip, you can try a salvage recreational vehicle to get going on a budget!