Motorized RV Types


  • Access to living and driving spaces at the same time
  • No need to hitch, unhitch or level
  • Can be easier to drive and set up
  • Can allow you to tow a vehicle behind the RV
  • Provides more storage space than most RV types


  • Repairs take the entire vehicle out of commission, including living space
  • Can be more expensive than towable RVs
  • Can include less living space than towable RVs
  • Value can depreciate faster
  • Larger models can be tricky to drive through tight spaces

Motorized RV Types

Class A Motorhomes

Class A motorhomes are among the largest motorhomes you’ll see on the road. They’re spacious, luxurious, and made to take the whole family on long-distance trips.

Class B Motorhomes

Class B motorhomes are commonly known as camper vans. They’re compact and affordable, but still offer the essentials like a kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom.

Class C Motorhomes

Class C blends the craftsmanship of Class A with the affordability of Class B. Over-cab sleeping areas provide more living space for the family.


A combination of RVs and SUVs, Recreational Utility Vehicles bring luxury into a smaller footprint. They’re smaller than Class A, but still spacious enough for the whole family.

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