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Newcomer's RV Guide
Diesel Pushers (Class A Diesel)
This class A motorhome is feature-rich and luxury-focused like the class A Gas motorhome below, making it ideal for both short trips as well as full-time living. What sets this motorhome apart is the powerful, rear-mounted diesel engine. Ranging from 20-45 feet, typical diesel pusher floor plans will include slide-out room extensions, large storage bays, complete kitchens, and even washer/dryer.
Motorhome (Class A)
Class A Motorhomes are what you typically think of as regular motorhomes and are manufactured entirely on a specially designed motor vehicle chassis. Home-like amenities abound, and generally these motorhomes have kitchens, bathrooms, living areas with entertainment centers and centrally controlled heating and air conditioning.
Van Camper (Class B)
A panel type truck to which the RV manufacturer adds any of the following conveniences: sleeping, kitchen and toilet facilities. Also 110/120-volt hook-up, fresh water storage, city water hook-up and a top extension to provide more head room.
Mini Motorhome (Class C)
Type C Motorhomes are built on an automotive van frame with a wider body section attached to the original cab section. Many Type C Motorhomes are easily recognizable by the over-the-cab area that is often an optional sleeping area. Amenities are similar to those in conventional motorhomes.
This unit can be equipped the same as the travel trailer but is constructed with a raised forward section that allows a bi-level floor plan. This style is designed to be towed by a pickup truck equipped with a special hitch in the truck bed. These two-level units can provide the greatest living of all towable RVs because they come equipped with all the comforts of home and are perfect for weekend getaways.
Ranges typically from 12 feet to 35 feet in length and is towed by means of a bumper or frame hitch attached to the towing vehicle (car, van or pick-up truck). The travel trailer provides all the comforts of home and is perfectly adaptable for weekend getaways, family vacations or full timing.
In its most basic sense, the Toy Hauler is a Travel Trailer RV with a large opening and ramp door, typically in the rear.
It could also be described as a cross between a cargo or open-box trailer, and a travel trailer. For the most part, the front of a Toy Hauler is made up of the living quarters – the bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen area – while the rear is designated the “cargo” area or storage area for your toys.