Traveling is something that we all can’t wait for, but certain inconveniences come with it. All your trips are likely an organization nightmare. One of the most stressful things to do is packing. You have so many things to take, but so little space. In such moments you wish you could take all your home on this trip. Believe it or not, but you can do that – the only thing you need is a motorhome. There are three motorhome types, and in this article, you’ll learn more about them.
Types Of Motorhomes
There are three class types of motorhomes, and all of them are marked with different letters. This designation tells you what the vehicle construction structure is. Every class can slightly vary when it comes to size or price, but all of them have similar types of accommodation. This breakdown will help you understand it.
Class A – those are bus-shaped models, that don’t have a separate cab. On top of the driving compartment, you will find a room with all the luxuries that you have at home. A-class motorhomes are the most expensive and have low fuel efficiency, but it’s understandable – it’s pretty much your mobile home, with everything you need. A Class A motorhome is built on a modified, heavy-duty special bus chassis and is therefore known as the largest class size of motorhome.
Class B – it’s a type of passenger van that has been adapted into a living space. Class B models have a kitchen, sleeping place, a small toilet, and sometimes even a bathroom. When it comes to money, it’s the most affordable option out of all three classes.
Class C – Class C models are easiest to maneuver thanks to their size, which is between class A and B RVs. They include over-the-cab sleeping space, and they are likely the most affordable for you when it comes to money. The driving cab is not isolated from the living space of the motorhome, which is its greatest advantage.
Knowing motorhome types is crucial, but so are the things that you have to take with you. Before you begin your journey, make sure to double-check if you didn’t forget about something. If you want to be sure that you have all the essentials, use the RV checklist infographic, provided by Oaktree Motorhomes: