Towable RVs, or travel trailers, come in as many shapes and sizes self-contained motorhomes, offering similar amenities. The difference, of course, is that when you travel with one of these RVs you must have a vehicle capable of towing it. Many of today’s RVs are very lightweight and can be towed by a standard family car, as long as it has a trailer hitch. And while you won’t have access to the living space while on the road, you’ll also have a vehicle that you can use to travel the campground, park, or local area once your RV is set up at your campsite.
Within this RV category, there are several specific types of RV. These include:
Fifth wheels offer ease of use, stability, and comfort. Over-cab sleeping or living spaces maximize the interior space. Amenities are similar to those found in a Class C or smaller Class B motorhome, including kitchen facilities, dining areas, and bathrooms.
Travelers who want fuel efficiency and flexibility can find lightweight RVs, which be towed with a pickup truck, an SUV, or even a sedan. These RVs are made from lightweight materials and feature aerodynamic design — all designed to keep towing weight down and maximize fuel economy.
Expandable Trailer (Pop-Up)
Today’s expandable trailers feature roofs that pop and sometimes walls that slide out, adding extra living space once the RV is parked. Some include hard-sided slide-outs in the bedroom or living space, soft-sided pop-out sections, or attached tents.
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