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When you use your RV, will you be traveling/moving between many locations, or parking in places for longer periods of time?

Some RV's take a lot more time to set up and break down, so if you move a lot, you might want an RV that's less involved to set up and break down.






Class A

CLASS A

- Spacious
- Lots of storage
- Large holding tanks
- Can tow another vehicle

Class B

CLASS B (Camper Van)

- Park almost anywhere
- Easy to maneuver
- Explore remote areas
- Better gas mileage

Class C

CLASS C

- More affordable than Class A
- Adequate storage
- Many amenities
- Not too big, not too small

5th wheel

Fifth Wheel

- Tons of storage
- Lots of living space
- Large holding tanks
- Comforts of home

toy hauler

TOY HAULER

- Take your toys with you
- Ramp doubles as a patio/deck
- Garage provides work area
- Good storage/living space

travel trailer

TRAVEL TRAILER

- Great for getaways
- Lighter, easier to tow
- Good amenities
- High sleeping capacity

popup camper

FOLDING/POP-UP TRAILER

- Compact, collapsible
- Very light, easy to tow
- More open-air feel
- Very affordable

truck camper

TRUCK CAMPER

- Easy parking
- Compact
- Maneuverable
- Easier to wash/clean

I created RV Picker to hopefully help other people decide which RV might suit them best - or at least get them thinking. Feel free to check out our blogYouTube channel, Facebook and Instagram.

David Stoltz

WEB DEVELOPER

DISCLAIMER: The suggested RV's on this site are based on our research and general opinions. Your specific needs may differ greatly from someone else's and our suggestions are completely subjective.