There are so many ways to enjoy Canada’s beautiful landscapes. Navigating the terrain can be so much more enjoyable when you have a suitable RV (recreational vehicle) for your trip. With so many options out there, it can be challenging to know which type is right fit for you and your family. That is why we have created a brief guide that outlines the three main types of Recreational Vehicles: motorhomes, towable RVs and utility trailers (all of which are financeable through LendCare).
This style of recreational vehicle is the classic ‘motorhome’ that comes to mind. These units are self contained, meaning that you do not use another vehicle to move them.
Class A – This type of RV is large and comes equipped with a kitchen, living area and even separate bedrooms. They can also easily tow a vehicle behind them. Wondering what size RV for a family of 5? These spacious units are ideal for longer trips with a large family.
Class B – This style, also known as a camper van, has all the conveniences of home but in a compact size. This is ideal if you are planning on exploring harder to get to places because the smaller size is easier to maneuver.
Class C– These units are recognized by their over-the-cab space, often used as space for a bed. This model is a great mid ground between Class A and B. They are smaller than Class A, making them easier to maneuver but still have lots of room for your family.
Still unsure which motorhome is for you?