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Motor Home Types

Motor home is actually a unique form of vehicle perfect for camping and travel. Motor home is commonly known as recreational vehicle or RV.

It is easily identified by its being self-propelled and attached to a chassis.

A large number of people can be occupied in it, from two to seven, making it perfect for family trips.

You can find all facilities of a home such as kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and dining facilities in a motor home.

Thus, making a “home” for families despite of it size. All of these are accessible to the driver’s area. Aside from that, a motor home is complete with electricity, air conditioning, water and propane gas and heating.

There are many types of motor home available. The follow are some of the most common types of motor home available; all differ according to sizes, facilities included, and of course the assembly and appearance.

Class A Motor Home

One of the most well-known and commonly used motor home in the world is the Class A motor home. In general, this vehicle comes in medium and large size that is completely coachbuilt. Perhaps, it has nothing of the original van bodywork or cab exterior, which makes this Class A motor home unique from the others.

Also, many of those who have known this type noted that the Class A motor home is potentially the best design that is ever known to man as almost everything is provided based on the needs of the occupiers. The downside of this type, however, is that the Class A is more expensive and is historically not popular in the United Kingdom.

Hightop Motor Home

Hightop motor is another worth noting type of motor home. According to some reviews, this vehicle is basically a delivery van or a panel van conversion that features a special high fixed roof.

It has a wheelbase found on the van chassis which has in fact a strong impact on the space available for the occupiers. The impact is perhaps notable as the width of hightop is more or less fixed. Additionally, the hightop motor home typically comes in long wheelbase van that no doubt provides the most space.

However, the downside of this width is that it can be unwieldy to drive, meaning that the driver may require some effort and control to appropriately maneuver the vehicle. Because of this fact, the medium sized hightop motor home is much favored. This vehicle is often referred to as “camper van” or “camper”.

Coachbuilt Motor Home

The coachbuilt type of motor home is identified by its being an extended chassis on a van cab with a coachbuilt living space, hence the name. It differs according to sizes, but usually the coachbuilt is wider than a typical van.

It has wider caravan body that allows users to incorporate almost everything they need into a pretty small area. This type is also known as C-Class (Class C Motor Home) in the United Kingdom, but is also sometimes called as motor caravan.