The Difference Between Class A, Class B, and Class C Recreational Vehicles

Seeing the country in a recreational vehicle (RV) has plenty of advantages. It’s cheaper than hotels, you can spend the night in a national park, and you can take a lot with you. However, it’s important to choose one well. When you’re itching to see the country and connect with nature, you’ll need to think about exactly what you’d like your RV to have: what features, how many beds, and what size. You’ll also need to think about your budget. A compact van will take less gas than a luxurious Class A RV, for example. Here are the different RV rentals that are available for your road trip.

Class A RV Rental

The largest motorhome rental is the Class A RV. This luxurious RV is 30-32 feet long, it comes with four beds, and it offers a host of fun amenities. You won’t have to worry about lugging a cooler as the Class A RV comes with both a fridge and a freezer. You’ll also get showers, sinks, a toilet, an air conditioner when it’s hot outside, a furnace when it’s cold outside, an oven, and a microwave. In fact, the Class A RV is like a mini-home on wheels. Wondering how your appliances will work when you’re camping in the middle of a national park? The motorhome comes with an onboard generator.

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Class B RV Rental

Another motorhome rental to consider is the Class B RV. This is perfect if you don’t need something as large as the Class A RV rental. The Class B RV is a compact camper van that is 20-22 feet long. It offers two beds as well as a fridge/freezer combination. Although you won’t be able to heat up your leftovers in a microwave, you can heat them up on a stovetop. Like the luxurious Class A RV, you’ll get a shower and a toilet. 

Class C RV Rental

The Class C RV rental sits between the Class A and Class B RV rental vehicles. The Class C offers three different options: 23-25 feet, 26-28 feet, and 29-31 feet. The smaller Class C RV has three beds, while the two larger ones offer four beds. The main difference between the Class C RVs and the Class A RV is the engine. The Ford V8 engines on the Class C RVs are more economical. So, if you’re looking for a more affordable RV rental, and you still want luxury, the Class C RV rental is a good choice.

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Need RV rentals for your road trip? At Road Bear, we can get you an affordable RV rental with lots of amenities. Contact us today to see how we can help.

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