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Introduction to RVing and The RV Types

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RVs are recreational vehicles that serve as homes away from homes. RVs come in a variety of types. Based on how much luxury you want and what you intend to use it for, you will select a type accordingly.

Throughout this article, we’ll cover everything from RVs to RVing to the RV lifestyle to help you decide if RVing is a good fit for you.

What is an RV?

RVs are often referred to as homes away from home or as full-time homes for some people! 

RV stands for Recreational Vehicle in a strictly technical sense. RVs come in a variety of shapes and sizes, so this is a very broad definition. An RV, however, is generally a home-on-wheels that carries you anywhere you wish. Some of the best RV vacations include exploring exciting and adventurous locals.

Types of RVs

Prior to deciding which RV might suit you, you must first understand the types of RVs available. An RV can be classified as class A, class B, class C, a travel trailer, or a custom-built model.

Class A RV

Class A motorhomes are the largest RVs available. A drivable RV of this size can offer a great deal of accommodation, including lots of beds, several bathrooms, laundry machines, ice makers, and full entertainment. 

It’s the best choice if you want luxury!

Class B RV 

A class B RV is smaller and offers fewer amenities and luxuries than a class A RV. In fact, this kind of RV can be quite small. Despite this, these RVs are able to take you anywhere you want if you’re willing to compromise some space. Because Class B RVs are attached to some kind of van, they are often called “camper vans” as well.

Class C RV

Contrary to popular belief, class C RVs are considerably larger than class B RVs. Typically, these RVs are used by large families or groups. The features of a class A RV are present in class C RVs, but they are not as large as a class A RV.

Travel Trailer

Unlike the other three types of RVs, travel trailers are a class apart. Basically, they are not driveable. An RV being towed by a truck is a travel trailer, which is not foldable. The amenities offered by many travel trailers are excellent. There may even be some motorhomes that are comparable in luxury to class-A motorhomes.

Pop-Up Camper

As a pop-up camper is composed in part of heavy-duty fabric that can be folded, making the camper smaller when towing, it is considered a “foldable” camper. Your camper can be doubled or tripled in size once you arrive at your destination. As pop-up campers are very small, they are best used in the summer due to their fabric component. While these campers still offer many amenities, they are generally not as luxurious as other recreational vehicles. Pop-up campers are ideal if you need something a bit more rugged!

Custom Built RV

If you want to have complete control over your RVing experience, a custom RV could be just what you need. You design your own RV. A custom RV can be built by a variety of companies and services!

Many names are given to custom RVs. An RV converted from a school bus is known as a skoolie. An RV can also be converted from a regular van. Since you can customize an RV in so many ways, there isn’t a definitive size. It can be quite small or quite large! It’s nice when you can customize your RV: everything is to your liking! If you’re looking for a unique touch in your RV, consider a custom build!

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Which RVs should be winter-ready?

RVs can withstand freezing temperatures with the following features.  If you plan to camp in cold weather, look for these RV features. 

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