RVs have gained enormous popularity in the last few years, partly due to the trend of so many families making the decision to live and travel around in them full-time. Whether you want to take the plunge and adopt a new RV lifestyle, or just go on your first ever RV trip, it’s important to understand the different types that are available to choose from. At Lightnin RV Rentals, we have options to suit a variety of needs, and here are the main differences between them.
Motorhomes are drivable RVs, categorized into three classes: Class A, Class B, and Class C. Class A RVs are the largest and most luxurious of the three. Class B RVs are also known as camper vans and are the smallest, accommodating the fewest amount of people. Class C RVs will provide more space than Class B, but are easier to maneuver than Class A.
Travel trailers fall right in between luxury and economy. They will provide the amenities you need at a more affordable price, as well as the freedom to unhitch your vehicle and explore without disassembling your entire campsite.
These are smaller than motorhomes and travel trailers, and provide basic amenities on the road. Many include a kitchen, bedroom, and living area, but are small enough to be towed by most vehicles. Pop-up campers are versatile and will accommodate you on your adventures.
Fifth wheels require a special hitch that attaches to a pickup truck bed. And since they are much heavier than other types of travel trailers, they need to be towed by trucks with high-tow capacity. Fifth wheels have a split-level floor plan with all the amenities you could need.
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Now that you have learned the main differences between the types of RVs, you are ready to book your first trip! Contact us at (770) 963-9889 to explore our motorhome rental options in Metro Atlanta or book online now. We will help you find the RV that will best suit your needs.