Class C RVs are normally quite easy to spot, they are built upon an existing standard van frame or chassis, but normally boast a wider body to accommodate additional living space.
You might be familiar with the common cab-over design which is indicative of a Class C RV, however, this is often an optional extra.
You can expect to have all the must-have amenities that are available in a Class A RV.
If you’re looking for an RV with plenty of living space, kitchen, bathroom and dining areas, in addition to an entertainment system and plenty of storage, then a Class C is well worth considering.
Some models of Class C will even include slide outs, allowing you to move the walls out up to 3 feet by merely pressing a button. These slide outs increase the liveable space when you’re parked up.
If you’re looking to have a small car to take you on day trips or to run errands, then you might want to consider towing a small vehicle behind you.
One of the big advantages of a driveable RV is that you can normally enter the living area from the cab, which can make parking up overnight while on your way to somewhere so much easier. There’s a lot less setup when compared to a traditional towable camper.