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One of the first things you’ll need to do when looking into RVing is figure out which kind of rig is right for you. In order to do this, you’ll need to know what your options are. Unfortunately, there are so many options out there that many new RVers find this a rather confusing topic.
In this episode, Todd, Dustin, and guest speaker Tony Greising-Murschel from Let’s Travel Family discuss the different types of RVs. Learn which ones are which, what the differences are, and some of the pros and cons of each type of rig.
Types of RVs mentioned include:
- Class B — Van-style campers
- Class C — Motorhome with a box van chassis and cab-over bunk
- Class A — Bus-style motorhome
- Travel Trailer — Trailer that hitches near the bumper of your truck.
- Fifth Wheel — Trailer that hitches in the bed of the truck.
- Toy Hauler — Trailer or motorhome with a garage for “toys” such as motorcycles and ATVs.
- Truck Camper — Camper that fits wholly into the bed of a truck and doesn’t have wheels of its own.
- Pop-Up and Teardrop — Tiny pull-behind campers made for fewer people.
- Skoolie — A school bus that has been converted into an RV.
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