A Class A motorhome is the largest drivable RV. They resemble a bus and are typically 30 to 40 feet long. They are also considered top-of-the-line amongst RVs and typically feature full bathrooms, entertainment centers, and spacious living areas.
Class B motorhomes are more commonly known as van campers because these RVs are built on a van chassis with a raised roof. Class Bs are typically the smallest drivable RV but still have a bathroom, convertible bed, and basic kitchen necessities.
Finally, the Class C motorhome is what most think of when they think of a drivable RV. These motorhomes fall between Class B and A in terms of space and size. Typically, they build them on a truck chassis with a cab overhang.
Fifth wheels are the largest of the towable RVs and can range from 25 to 45 feet. There is a vast range of styles and floorplans, but most feature multiple slide-outs and bi-level living space with full kitchens and bathrooms.
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