If you are considering buying a motorhome, motor coach, or RV, make sure you know which type of motorhome will be right for you. Each class motorhome is right for someone, and what may be perfect for your golfing buddy may not work for you and your spouse driving down the road. So before you get too far into the buying and test-driving process, take a good look at what you want to get out of your RV travel.
Class A motorhomes
Class A motorhomes are the 5 star hotels of the traveling world. Park your mobile hotel in the serene woods of your favorite destination, and you can stay or go without missing an amenity. Class A RVs can be as long as 45 feet, usually are equipped with several slide-outs, some of which can expand your luxury RV to 14 feet wide, master suites, separate shower and toilet areas, stackable washer and dryers, ice machines, flat screen TVs, full kitchens, and any other amenities you can dream up.
Under coach storage can hold months-worth of on the road supplies. The driver’s seat is inside the living quarters, so passengers and drivers have all the Class A RV comforts at their fingertips. Both on the road and at the camp, driving a Class A motorhome is the sweet life.
RV Buyer Tip: You don’t need a CDL to drive a Class A motorhome. If you have a valid drivers license, you can drive any luxury RV!