The Class B Motorhome Making Suburbans Obsolete
What is a Class B Motorhome?
Some situations are perfect for a Class B!
While you might not want to move your entire family into a Class B motorhome to become full-time RVers, there are plenty of situations when owning a Class B such as the Daycruiser Sprinter by Midwest Automotive Designs will benefit you.
If you have children that play travel league in a sport then you know how long the days and weekends can feel. Tournament days are split. Half your time is spent watching games. And then the rest is trying to find a place to sit and relax until the next game starts. Many times this results in spending extra money as you try to find a restaurant near the venue where you can kill some time or crashing under a pop-up tent to get some shade. But, if you have a Class B motorhome your group can head back inside where you have your own bathroom to use (instead of the same porta potty that everyone else is using). You’ll also have food that’s been kept cold in a refrigerator instead of a cooler full of ice. And you can even enjoy a comfortable place to sit and rest.
There are so many incredible places on the west coast that you can enjoy plenty of day trips. Having a Class B motorhome makes taking a day trip a lot easier. You can travel in comfort and save money on food. And, if you decide that you want to stay a night before heading home you don’t have to splurge on a hotel. It also allows you to enjoy those places that don’t have the amenities that you might be looking for, such as a toilet, which can be a big deal when traveling with little ones.
Have you always wanted to do a cross country drive to check out the east side of the country? Maybe hit Disney World, Music City, or anywhere in-between? If you’ve pushed yourself to drive 24 hours in a car before, you know how frustrating it can be. The constant bathroom breaks, waiting in line for food, and trying to get comfy in a reclined seat so you can catch a few hours of sleep before taking off again can make you not even want to set out on the road in the first place.
But, having a Class B to travel in can take those troubles away. You have food you brought that you can eat when you want, without having to wait in line. You have a bathroom your family can use that you know is clean. And, a fold out sofa to sleep on when you just can’t drive any further. With a Class B, there’s no reason to pay for a night at a hotel when you really only want to sleep for 4 or 5 hours and keep going.