Recreational vehicles are multipurpose vehicles which are used for a variety of purposes ranging from travelling and camping to full time living (for which they are parked in particular trailer parks). Recreational vehicles are also widely called mobile homes or motor homes. It’s important to weigh both costs and benefits of owning as well as renting a recreational vehicle because a rash or careless decision can cost you a significant sum of money. Luxurious recreational vehicles are available both for sale and leasing. Recreational vehicles, whether leased or owned offer various benefits some of which are; you do not have to sit between two heavy individuals in a plane, bus or train, you do not need to unpack on reaching your destination, dismissing the first costs recreational vehicles help you save both cost of lodging and travelling and you’ve got ample space and privacy of a room together with a private bathroom.
Types of Recreational Vehicles
There are numerous types of recreational vehicles to pick from in the event that you’re thinking to rent or purchase one. Some of the most common types are discussed below:
Pop up – Pop up is a sort of recreational vehicle that can accommodate two to eight people and is essentially a tent on wheels. With a stove top and sink and storage compartments it’s far more convenient than conventional kayak camping. Most experts recommend a pop up in the event that you’re going to buy your first recreational vehicle. Pop ups are cheap for many people with costs of fresh pop ups ranging from $4,000 to $8,000 and second hand pop ups ranging from $2,000 to $5,000, depending on age and condition.
Truck Camper – Truck camper is among the most popular kinds of recreational vehicles which may be detached from a truck that could be your mode of transportation on days where you do not plan on camping. Various versions of truck campers are available varying in style, quality and functionality depend mostly on your budget and requirements. New truck dealerships cost somewhere between $8,000 to $22,000 (excluding the truck). Cost of second hand truck dealerships vary between $1,000 to $8,000 based on age, depreciation and quality.
Class B – Class B is a sort of recreational vehicles that includes fancy vans having full-sized motor homes which are more comfortable and lavish the two types mentioned previously. Most class B vehicles include amenities like shower (in some versions), bathroom, kitchen, TV, refrigerator, sofas and beds. Prices of course B recreational vehicles range from $33,000 to $55,000 for new ones and $5,000 to $15,000 for used ones based on mileage, age and depreciation.
Class C – Also referred to as the mini-motor homes category C recreational vehicles are smaller than full size motor homes yet offer all the benefits of motor homes. Accommodating between three to six individuals, class C recreational vehicles cost anywhere between $46,000 to $65,000 for new ones and $5,000 to $20,000 for used ones based on depreciation, age, mileage, amenities and manufacturer.
Class A – Class A recreational vehicles is a sort of recreational vehicles which is excellent for serious RVers. Class A recreational vehicles are spacious, comfortable and luxurious and cost a arm and a leg. They are most popular with retired couples and cost between $50,000 to $500,000 and $8,000 to $200,000 for new and used class A recreational vehicles based on make, size, amenities, depreciation and age.