What are the differences between Towable and Motorized RVs?
There are two types of RVs available, motorized and Towable. A Motorized Vehicle uses a chassis to support itself and runs on some type of fuel such as gas or electricity. Three classes (A, B, C) make up motorized vehicles. Type A Motor Homes are the largest at 25-45 feet and are the ones that resemble more of a bus in appearance. They are also the most well equipped and can include anything from large televisions, washers and dryers, separate rooms, and sometimes can be larger than a typical house. The second type B motor homes are the smallest coming in at around 16-20 feet in length. It’s just like the other one and is very comfortable; the only difference is everything is a bit more compact. Type C, or mini-motor homes, can range anywhere from 20-35 feet in length and are built on a cutaway chassis.