Class A Motorhomes Diesel fuel are the largest. These motorhomes usually possess more than the average amount of conveniences. Luxury amenities can include a kitchen, leather interior, entertainment systems, additional bathrooms, larger bed sizes, a hot tub, a washer/dryer set, and a wet bar. Class A RVs often encompass a more spacious floorplan, and are the motorhome most commonly associated with famous stars and athletes or wealthy individuals.
These Class A Motorhomes use Gas as their fuel and can have the same luxury as their big brothers but the weight is restricted due to power and chassis
Class C motorhome is built atop a cutaway van or truck chassis. Similar to a camper, a Class C includes a truck cab designed for sleeping quarters. They have all the basic conveniences of a home including a kitchen and bathroom. Additional amenities can include entertainment features, slideouts, appliances, and a dinette.
A Class B is a modified van that can include space for sleeping, kitchen amenities, toilet facilities, and electric and water hookup. Class B motorhomes are the smallest in size. Some Class B RVs also have an extended roof to provide more headroom.
The Fifth-Wheel Travel Trailer can have the same amenities as the Conventional Travel Trailer, but is constructed with a raised forward section that provides a spacious bi-level floor plan. These models are designed to be towed by a pickup truck equipped with a device known as a fifth-wheel hitch.
Travel trailers provide all the comforts of home. They are ideal for weekend getaways for the family vacation. The greatest benefit of a travel trailer is the ability to detach the trailer from the vehicle for more convenient travel into town. Travel trailers are available in a variety of floor plans, and can vary in models resembling just more than a tent on wheels to a luxurious home on wheels. Some travel trailers have modern conveniences like sleeping quarters, shower, kitchen and slideouts
A pop-up trailer rental combines the experience of open air tent camping with modern conveniences. Pop-ups are offered in formats providing adequate sleeping space, basic amenities, and weather protection.
Toy hauler trailers are ramped RVs that include a garage in the rear of the motorhome, trailer or Fifth-Wheel for drive up capabilities. The front of the toy hauler is designed similarly to other RVs, and include all the comforts of home.