Classification of America’s Houses on wheels

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Class A motorhomes
Class “A” auto houses are the largest and often the most luxurious of the existing motorhomes. In the European classification, it will be integrated campers. Most Class A models offer full autonomy, having an onboard generator, a huge tank with clean water, a large battery capacity and an increased volume of installed gas cylinders — approximately 200 litres. Such properties make these cars especially good for camping without connecting and travelling without additional refuelling, even for long periods of time.

Motorhomes class “C”
Motorhomes of class “C” are based on truck chassis, which are designed specifically for this purpose. The European counterpart is the alcove auto house.

Campers of a class “C” keep a cabin of the basic version of the car on which the auto house is under construction. In this case, there are separate doors for the driver and the passenger, which is certainly convenient. Above the cabin is usually located alcove. For most drivers, the auto class of class “C” will allow you to “feel” more naturally than the class “A”, especially if you have to drive the auto house for the first time.

Camper Van Class Camper Van (Camper Van)
Class “B” motor home with its configuration falls into the category of the smallest and cheapest cars. These caravans retain the original dimensions of the van, but at the same time have a raised roof, usually fibreglass, and also offer a complete set of standard amenities.

These models of motorhomes include a dining and sleeping area, a small kitchen and a portable toilet. Some manufacturers produce class “B” motorhomes on extended van chassis, thereby allowing more convenience to be organized inside the mobile home, as well as making it fully autonomous and suitable for travelling from 2 to 4 people

Motorhomes class “TT – Travel Trailer” (Travel Trailer)
This is a complete analogue of the European type of home on wheels – a summer house trailer. TT class trailers (Travel Trailer) range from relatively small to very long. Larger models are suitable for long-term use, up to exploitation as permanent housing, which is common in America. Smaller trailers are great for weekend trips.

All trailers are equipped with bathrooms, including a separate shower, and a fully equipped kitchen. The living and dining areas are regulated, to a large extent, by the overall size of the trailer.

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