Class B RVs
Class B RVs are among the smallest RVs available. They are constructed from regular passenger or work minivans, but most models have raised roofs. Some other names for class B RVs include camper vans and conversion vans. In this article we will talk about some of the advantages and disadvantages of this type of RV.
There are many advantages to the class B style of motor home. First of all, they are among the smallest and least expensive of the motorized RVs, and they get the best gas mileage. They are the easiest RV to drive because they drive just like a regular van. Class B vans are small enough that you can even use them as a second car when not traveling. They don’t require any special storage, and can fit in a standard driveway. Some can even fit in a garage. Also, they can often times reach more remote camping sites than larger RVs would be able to. This mix of features makes the class B a practical choice for small families and for shorter trips.
The class B’s biggest strength is also its biggest weakness. It may be too small for many people or families. Most vans are only able to accommodate two people, making them mainly good for couples. There are some that can accommodate four, but everyone may not be comfortable with such little space. This limited space also means that they may not be ideal for longer trips.
Covering a Class B
We have covers for Class B vans available by ADCO. Visit our site for more information: Class B Covers
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