What is a Class C Motorhome?
A Class C Motorhome is a mid-sized motorhome built with a cab or what is called a "cut-away chassis". This chassis provide the front structure of a van or 2500 class truck, making it the middle of the pack motorhome. They sport wheels of 16" all the way up to 24.5". They are also typically cheaper than their Class B counterpart.
What is a Class A Motorhome?
A Class A Motorhome is the largest size of motorhomes built on either a commercial bus chassis or a commercial truck chassis similar to 18-wheeler trucks including large 22.5 inch wheels to support the heavy load. Class A motorhomes are usually 26 to 45 feet long and have space for 4-8 people with bunk bed options.
Before you jump straight into RV ownership, make sure you brush up on all of the requirements. Depending on the type of RV you are going to be driving there may be additional legal requirements that you must meet, particularly when it comes to a driver’s license. In general, an RV is much bigger than the average vehicle on the road and they drive much differently.
With all of the different types of RV’s to choose from, how do you know which one to choose? There are many different sizes, colors and styles, amenities, advantages and disadvantages to each one. For a person who is first beginning their journey into the RV lifestyle, the choices can be daunting.