RV Types

Recreational vehicles are structures designed to provide temporary living accommodation for travel, vacation, or recreational use, and to be driven, towed, parked or transported.

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Travel Trailer

Sometimes referred to as a conventional travel trailer, a unit designed to be towed by a car, van or pickup by means of an equalizing frame hitch.

Fifth wheel trailer

Fifth-Wheel Trailer

A two-level unit designed to be affixed and towed by a pickup truck equipped with a special 5th wheel hitch in the truck bed.

Tent trailer

Tent Trailer

A lightweight unit with sides that collapse for towing and storage. This unit is also referred to as a Fold Down Trailer, Pop-up Trailer or Tent Trailer.

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Toy Hauler

A travel trailer or fifth wheel trailer with temporary living quarters in the forward section and compartment in rear for your ATV’s, motorcycles and other toys.

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Truck Camper

This small recreational vehicle unit is loaded onto, or affixed to, the bed or chassis of a pickup truck.

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Hybrid Trailer

Known in the industry as a “Expandable Travel Trailer”, this is a conventional travel trailer with folding bunk ends.

Motorhome

Class A Motorhome

The largest of the motorized RVs, the Class A motorhome is a luxury motorhome unit entirely constructed on a bare, specially designed motor vehicle chassis.

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Class B Motorhome

The Class B Motorhome is generally referred to as a Camper Van. This unit is built using a conventional van to which a raised roof is added.

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Class C Motorhome

Sometimes referred to as a mini-motorhome, this unit is built on an automotive manufactured chassis with an attached van cab section.

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Park Model

The unit is designed to facilitate occasional relocation, with living quarters for a temporary residence or seasonal use, and must be connected to those utilities necessary for the operation of installed fixtures and appliances.