When choosing a recreational vehicle, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the many options and classes available. We encourage you to do some homework before you give us a call to plan your trip. Think about the number of people who will be traveling with you, where you’re planning to go, what kinds of experiences you enjoy, and of course your budget.
Your first consideration will be whether to rent a towable camper (also known as a travel trailer) or a motorized RV, or motorhome. Motorhomes don’t require a towing-capable vehicle. They tend to be easier to set up at your destination, and your passengers can move about while you’re on the road. Motorhomes are divided into three classes, based mainly on their size (and don’t forget that a Class C is larger than a Class B).
Here’s a quick guide to motorhome classes; click here for more details on the pros and cons of each.