RV Lingo

Recreation Vehicle (RV)

A motorized or towable vehicle that combines transportation and temporary living quarters for travel, recreation and camping. RVs do not include mobile homes, off-road vehicles, snowmobiles and conversion vehicles. RVs are sold by recreational vehicle dealers.

Motorized RVs / Motorhomes

Living quarters are accessible from the driver’s area in one convenient unit.

Towable RVs / Travel Trailers

Designed to be towed by family car, van or pickup truck. Can be unhitched and left at the campsite while you explore in your auto.

Travel Trailers

  • Conventional Travel Trailer
    • Wide range of floor plans and sizes
    • Affordable homelike amenities
    • Sleep up to 10
    • Typically $8,000 to $65,000 new
  • Fifth-Wheels
    • Spacious two-level floor plans
    • Towed with a pickup truck
    • Sleep up to six
    • Typically $13,000 to $100,000 new
  • Folding Campers
    • Fold for lightweight towing
    • Fresh-air experience with RV comfort
    • Sleep up to eight
    • Typically $4,000 to $13,000 new
  • Truck Campers
    • Mount on pickup bed or chassis
    • Go wherever your truck can go
    • Sleep up to six
    • Typically $4,000 to $26,000 new

Motorhomes

  • Class A Motorhomes
    • Generally roomiest of all RVs
    • Luxurious amenities
    • Sleep up to six
    • Typically $58,000 to $400,000 new
  • Class B Motorhomes
    • Commonly called van campers
    • Drive like the family van
    • Sleep up to four
    • Typically $41,000 to $74,000 new
  • Class C Motorhomes
    • Similar amenities to Type As
    • Optional sleeping space over the cab
    • Sleep up to eight
    • Typically $48,000 to $140,000 new
  • Sport Utility RVs
    • Built-in "garage" for hauling cycles, ATVs, and other sports equipment
    • Sleep up to eight
    • Typically $21,000 to $58,000 New
  • Conversion Vehicles
    • Van, Pickup Truck and Sport-Utility Conversions
    • Conversion vehicles are manufactured by an auto maker, then modified for added comfort and recreation use by a company specializing in customized vehicles.
    • These changes may include windows, carpeting, paneling, seats, sofas and accessories. Ideal as RV tow vehicles, conversion vehicles are sold by auto dealers rather than by RV dealers.
    • Typically $27,500 to $60,000 new.
Contact Us
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


(Easily unsubscribe at any time.)
* Required

Get A Quote Close
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


(Easily unsubscribe at any time.)
* Required

Value Your Trade

Tell us about the RV you currently own




(Is there anything else we should consider when evaluating the best value for your trade-in?)

Vehicle of Interest



* Required field

Your Contact Information

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

(Easily unsubscribe at any time.)



Schedule Private Appointment

Make an Appointment here and we will schedule your visit with one of our trained RV Lifestyle Consultants who will guide you through our impressive selection of New and Pre-Owned RVs, answer your questions, and help find the right RV for your needs!.

Schedule Information

 
 

* Required field

Your Contact Information

 
 
 
 
 
 

(Easily unsubscribe at any time.)



Contact Us
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


(Easily unsubscribe at any time.)
* Required

The snippet with id 284651 was not found. Make sure it exists and is published.