Selecting best suited RV
Best rv camping, best rv trailers, travel trailer camper
Buying a car or truck or a bike has been made easy by increasing the number
of users. But the selection of RV to buy is a bit tough. Recreational Vehicle
Industry Association (RVIA) specifies the clues for the RV buyers, that
when you find an oval shaped seal found somewhere on the vehicle indicates
its good quality. It certifies that the vehicle has crossed 500 safety specifications,
like electrical plumbing, heating, life safety, all under American National
Standards Institute A119.2 RV Standard. It is usually displayed prominently
on the exterior parts of the RV
Have you started to look for insurance for your RV, then consider first
RV Special Insurance, as they are related to 5 top RV insurance companies.
They are specialized in RV, motor home, and travel trailer insurance. You
can reach them through phone. Get the help of the representative from RV
Special Insurance to help you get the proper insurance.
To quote JD Gallant, when you buy a RV, the exact order for selecting your
• Floor plan
It is said that when you want to buy a RV, start to list your type and the
usage even before 5 years of purchase to get an exact dream RV. RVIA defines
RV as recreational vehicle rather than a mobile homes, or snowmobiles. It
also provides classification as towables and motorized. To make it easier,
it is travel trailer or motor home.
Towables are towed by a vehicle, auto, van, or a pickup truck. And it does
not require any permanent onsite hookups. Conventional travel trailers,
fifth-wheel travel trailer, folding camping trailer and truck camper comes
under this classification
Motorized RV is built on or as an integral part of a self-propelled motor.
It consists of kitchen, bed, and bathroom, with storage facility of fresh
water and sewage. Motor home (A), Van Camper (B), and Conversion vehicles(C)
The size, shape and configuration of RVs are given below.
• Conventional Travel Trailer-$18,000, length with 12 to 35 feet, and towed
• Fifth-Wheel RV-$25,000 to over $150,000, a bi-level floor plan and towed
• Folding Camping Trailer- less than $5,000-$18,000, temporary living quarters,
• Truck Camper- $10,500, temporary living, or travel use, towed
• Class A motor homes- $60,000 to over $500,000, full time RVing, motor
• Class C motor homes- $35,000 to $75,000, cabover bed, engine is located
under an extended hood
• Class B motor homes- very popular among RV travelers, $42,000 to $68,000,
all the home convenience is found in this type
• Conversion Vehicles- modified vans, trucks, and sport utility vehicles
for RV. Ambulances and people-haulers in airport are good examples.
The best idea is renting a RV and making a test drive before purchasing.