Recreational Vehicle (RV) vs. Motorhome
Nowadays, it is increasingly common to find a driver on the road with a recreational vehicle. More and more people are opting for this type of vehicle because, in addition to having the capacity (as with all motor vehicles) to travel great distances at the pace of your choice, you can carry your house on your back so that you have everything you need when you stop at a service area, campsite or a reserved area used specifically for these types of vehicles. Many of the people who have RVs usually prepare the cabin in such a way that they can use it as a house with wheels to be able to travel far to have to need a flat or a chalet and thus be able to change city easily without having to change house.
Of course, there are different types of RVs but in this post, we are going to focus on motorhomes and the differences between the rest of the RVs.
A motorhome differs mainly from the rest of the RVs in that it can move without the need for a vehicle to tow it because they carry an engine as if it were a van or truck. With the motorhome, you will be able to circulate by practically all the circulating ways and you will have the option to spend the night in service areas apt for motorhomes and thus if you feel like a rest you will not have more than to stop your vehicle and to rest without problems. Another advantage of motorhomes is undoubtedly the ability to carry an extra trailer if you need to transport small vehicles such as motorcycles or bicycles, or extra luggage if you practice any sport that requires the transport of material. In the case of the caravan, you do not have this option, as it is the caravan itself that is attached to the trailer.
As mentioned before, the main difference between the rest of the RVs and the motorhome is that the other RVs need to be towed by another vehicle in order to transport it from one place to another. This can sometimes be annoying as we have to rely on a second vehicle.
Some of the most common RV vehicles that are not motorhomes include: Pop-up Campers, Foldable Campers, Trailers, Fifth Wheel Campers, Truck Campers
They usually have at least one kitchen and one bed (usually for two people) in the most basic and oldest models. In most modern models, there are usually 3 different zones like a kitchen and bathroom, lounge and a dorm.
We are sure that after reading this article and comparing the differences and similarities between RVs and motorhomes, if you were thinking of renting or buying a motorhome, you will know how to decide for the vehicle that best suits your needs and budget to enjoy it and get the most out of your getaways or trips.