Types of carriage RVs include class A, B and C motorhomes, fifth wheels, pop-ups, travel trailers and travel campers. Motorhomes are motorized, whereas travel trailers, pop-ups and fifth wheels are towable.Continue Reading
Class A motorhomes are big in size and feature more amenities than classes B and C. They are also more costly to acquire and maintain. The fifth wheel RV provides larger living space than other trailers of similar length. It has all the amenities of motorhomes with more layouts. The travel trailer has many size options, and an SUV can tow the smallest travel trailer.
A pop-up RV is a folding camping trailer with sides that are collapsible when not in use. It is light and relatively small in size. A truck camper is self-contained and slides into the bed of a pickup truck.Learn more about Vehicles