Part 1 – Class B or C (Similarly Sized Pro’s and Con’s) A fun way to go RVing!
Are you considering a new or used RV to get out into Colorado to enjoy the scenery?
Will you be going on multi-state travel?
Have you thought of what you may need?
There are Pro’s and Con’s as to what size you want to suit your travel and personal needs.
Consider a Class B or C RV (see the photo for this Part 1 – Class B) that accommodates two people very comfortably.
Class B or C RV’s are ones that are a compact unit built as a regular van or on a truck or van frame. (I’ll talk about Fifth Wheel/Towed RV’s in Part 2 and Class A in Part 3)
∗ Easy to drive, park and maneuver over the road (Just a little bigger than a full size van or full size sedan)
∗ Easy maintenance. (Can be serviced, generally speaking, in most auto repair shops)
∗ Can be used as a 2nd vehicle
∗ Least expensive to operate
∗ Ideal for short distance RV trips
∗ Demonstrated as safer than Class C’s, must meet truck or auto safety standards such as airbags
∗ Class B may be more expensive than a Class C RV (Similarly compared sizes)
∗ Smaller storage capacity
∗ No separate bedrooms, beds fold out
∗ Smaller bathroom facilities
∗ More than two occupants would be cramped
∗ Not suited for long trips
Have fun RVing in Colorado and throughout the USA!
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