Recreational vehicles are broken into two categories – drivable and towable. There are a short list of RVs that
are powered by an engine, while the list of RVs that you can pull is a bit longer. No matter what type of RV you
choose to own, National General Insurance can provide the protection you’re looking for both on the road or parked
at an RV park. Click below to find out what type of protection we offer for each type of RV.
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Your Guide to the Class A Motorhome
This RV is best described as a bus style, luxury camping machine. Class A's can come with gas or diesel
engines and the majority are 38-45 feet in length. Most Class A's feature large automatic slide outs, making
these RV's feel like a true home on wheels.
These are the smallest of the motorized RV's allowing you to camp almost anywhere. Built
on a van style chassis, Class B's are a cross between a vehicle and an indoor tent. They
feature limited amenities and enclosed spaces but offer great fuel mileage and ease of travel.
This towable hotel room is the original RV. Travel Trailers come in all shapes and sizes
and can be pulled by small vehicles and enormous trucks. A Travel Trailer is a popular
family choice as many of the floorplans feature bunk rooms. With the addition of slide-outs,
travel trailers provide an easy getaway.
This oversized trailer extends across the back of a large truck, and is essentially a home
on wheels. While Fifth Wheels can be as small as 18 feet today's units are frequently a
full 40 feet with 5 slide outs. This RV is a popular choice for full-time travelers due
to the coupling, which allows the rig to be backed up with ease.