Traveling and even living in a recreational vehicle (RV) has exploded in popularity over the past few years. That’s why we thought it would be a great time to put a post together about all you need to know on how to rent an RV.
Class B motorhomes are more commonly known as van campers because these RVs are built on a van chassis with a raised roof. Class Bs are typically the smallest drivable RV but still have a bathroom, convertible bed, and basic kitchen necessities.
The Class C motorhome is what most think of when they think of a drivable RV. These motorhomes fall between Class B and A in terms of space and size. Typically, they build them on a truck chassis with a cab overhang.
Travel trailers are the most popular RV option, combining affordability and flexibility. They range from 10 to 35 feet, have almost unlimited layout and amenity options, and can be towed by a range of vehicles depending on size.