Welcome to the world of Class B RVs! Here are some things you might want to know as a new Class B RV owner:
-Class B RVs are also known as "camper vans" or "van conversions" because they are built on a van chassis and have been converted into a living space.
-Class B RVs are typically smaller than other types of RVs, making them easier to drive and maneuver. They can usually fit in a standard parking space and can be used as a primary vehicle and some, such as the Mini-T Camper Van, even fit in a standard size garage.
-Class B RVs often have a combination of a sitting area, cooking area, sleeping area, and storage area. The amenities and layout can vary depending on the specific model and brand.
-Class B RVs have limited storage space, so it's important to pack efficiently and only bring what you need.
-Class B RVs can be expensive, with some models costing upwards and sometimes over $100,000. However, there are also more affordable options available such as the Mini-T campervan.
-It's important to be aware of the height and weight restrictions when driving a Class B RV, as some roads and bridges may not be able to accommodate them.
-Class B RVs are often used for camping and road trips, but they can also be used for full-time living if your traveling style does not include “planting roots!”
-It's important to properly maintain your Class B RV, including regular cleaning, maintenance checks, and winterization if you live in a cold climate.
-It's a good idea to research different Class B RV brands and models before making a purchase, as each has its own pros and cons ranging from size, price, fuel economy, insurance considerations, usability as a primary vehicle, garageabiliy, maintenance costs and more.
Finally, have fun! Class B RVs are a great way to explore the country and have adventures on the road.
DLM-Distribution / Campervans is a licensed manufacture and dealer located in Lake Crystal Minnesota serving clients around the country