WHICH RV IS RIGHT FOR ME?
WHICH RV IS RIGHT FOR ME?
Currently, Journey USA RV Rentals, LLC offers a range of Class A, B and C RVs as well as travel trailers for both short and long term rentals.
The summary below will help guide you to an appropriate RV for your journey.
Alternatively, feel free to call us for friendly and professional advice:
Class A’s are the bigger buses that we recommend for more experienced RV drivers.
That said, they range in size from the 25’ Axis to a 45’ Ventana Allegro. They sleep from 4-10 people and with individual configurations, cater to a variety of tastes and budgets.
At the luxury end, there are 1.5-2.0 bathrooms, full size residential refrigerators while they all have the most storage capacity. No special license required.
A Class B RV is an increasingly popular option for rentals especially with younger couples and smaller families. Compact, really easy to drive and nimbler than its larger cousins, Class B campervans are the epitome of the ‘Get up and Go’ spirit.
Essentially a modified van chassis, Class Bs are smaller inside but still include full bathrooms and kitchen. Typically sleeps up to four people.
Class C RVs are the best selection for new campers with little RV experience. They are available in a choice of Mercedes Diesel Sprinters or Standard Gas Family Campers. They have simple systems and are an easier drive than, for example, the 45′ Class A RV diesel pushers. All our Class C RVs include full kitchen, bathroom, slide rooms, awnings and HVAC. Sleeping Arrangements All Class C’s have the iconic bunk bed over the driver’s cab. The typical configuration also includes a Queen master bedroom, the overhead bunk and then a dinette table conversion bed and/or sofa bed. These models sleep up to eight people, but make no mistake that includes either smaller adults or some kids! It is important to know that the overhead bunk can sleep two small adults or kids or one large adult since the bunk typically has a weight limit around 400lbs. READMORE…
Travel trailers are towed behind your truck and range in size from about 15-35’. They offer freedom to roam from your campsite since you simply unhook your truck. However, you cannot travel in them when on the road.
For your safety, it is vital to ensure that your truck has the necessary towing capacity. You will need a brake controller installed on your truck and always attach sway bars to prevent the unit from jack-knifing on the road. Travel trailers also come in variety of sleeping configurations.