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A trailer is more comfortable than a tent and provides sheltered from the weather. They are towed behind a truck or SUV vehicle. It makes your vacations and weekends perfect and do not cost as much as a Class C Motorhome. Most travel trailers provide some home-like amenities found in more expensive motorhomes. A disadvantage is a vehicle that can pull the weight is needed as the trailer is to be towed.
When you arrive at a destination, you can unhitch the trailer, leave it in your campground space, and use the family SUV or truck to tour the area or find a place to eat in town. One of the big advantages is that you get a mini-home minus the hefty price tag of class A's and class C's motorhomes because you aren't paying for a motor.
Travel trailers vary from small basic models which can be fold-down trailers, offering the convenience of a tent on wheels that is portable and easy to tow. A small travel trailer is a favorite with families because they can load it up and go to their favorite travel destination.
Fifth wheels are considered by many to be more suited for extended trips lasting 2-4 months or longer. They are often 30-40 feet in length and offer many of the same conveniences as a deluxe motorhome. Popular manufacturers are: Keystone, Forest River and Jayco to name a few.
Today the RV industry is focusing much of its attention to making travel trailers more affordable. By incorporating lightweight materials and better designs, consumers can buy a trailer without having to purchase a big ¾ ton truck to pull it. Many trailers can be pulled with a smaller truck or SUV.