R.V. Classifications

Recreational Vehicles

Class “A” Recreational Vehicles

Class A recreational vehicles are motor homes, regardless of the type of chassis beneath them and whether or not the vehicle contains “slide-outs” which allows for additional living space when the vehicle is stopped for camping.

Class “B” Recreational Vehicles

Class B recreational vehicles are campervans. Campervans are conventional vans with raised roofs These types of RV’s have small kitchens with refrigerators and gas grills. The more elaborate models provide hot and cold running water, heat, air conditioning, and a portable toilet and shower.

Class “C” Recreational Vehicles

A Class C vehicle is not itself motorized but rather attached to a truck and is hauled from behind. Class C RVs and provide space for sleeping and built-in entertainment.

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