RV Classifications, Types and Styles used within the RV industry.
Class “A” Motorhome
A motorized RV that is built on a commercial truck or bus chassis.
Class “B” Motorhome (Conversion Van)
A van that is converted to include an extended roof and
Class “C” Motorhome (Mini Motorhome)
A motorized RV built on a van or large truck chassis. These
RVs are characterized by a distinctive cab-over profile,
which typically houses a sleeping area.
An RV converted from a bus. These RVs are typically the largest
and most expensive of the RVs.
An RV towed by a larger vehicle usually with a ball-type hitch
from the bumper or frame.
A travel trailer which can also transport an ATV or Motorcycle.
Fifth Wheel Trailer (5th Wheel)
An RV designed to be towed by a pickup truck with a hitch
located in the bed of the truck.
A travel trailer designed for long-term stays and not
typically used for traveling.
A compact, lightweight, teardrop-shaped travel trailer
usually pulled by smaller vehicles or motorcycles.
Pop-up Camper (Tent Camper)
A small lightweight towable camper with a roof, which
can be raised, and sides that fold out.
A travel trailer with fold out beds like a pop-up camper.
A camper designed to fit into the bed of a pickup truck.