RV Transport in United States RV transport in the United States
The two reasons behind RV transport are purchasing or selling one of those vehicles. In both cases you may consider carrying RV transport task by yourself but sometimes it simply makes no sense to do it. There are many types of recreational vehicles and various RV transportation methods can be used for delivery purposes. Types or recreational vehicles and most common forms of RV transportation:
“Class A” RV Transport: driveaway / tow / RGN trailer Those are pretty much homes on wheels, similar but not the same as converted busses, and come in sizes between 21 to 40 feet.
“Class B” RV Transport: driveaway / tow / RGN trailer
Panel trucks equipped with sleeping accommodations, bathroom and some eating area, sizes between 16-20 feet.
“Class C” RV Transport: driveaway / tow / RGN trailer This type of RV uses a van cab section and a scaled down (20 to 28 feet) Class A motor-home attached to it / secured to the van’s frame.
Fifth Wheel RV transport: fifth wheel hitch equipped truck / RGN trailer Come in sizes between 21 – 40 feet. As far as interior equipment / comfort, they are considered the highest in RV types.
Folding Campers RV Transport: tow / trailer They have an open size of 15-23 feet and their sides collapse for transportation and storage purposes. They are sort of higher end tents on wheels.
Travel Trailer RV Transport: tow / trailer / RGN trailer
Range from a smaller 12 feet long frame to almost triple that: 35 feet. They can be towed by a pickup truck, van, or even a car (smaller travel trailers) using a bumper or frame hitch. They can be also loaded onto a trailer for transportation purposes.
Truck Campers RV Transport: trailer in most cases Those are secured to the top of a pickup’s bed or its chassis
Bus Conversion RV Transport: driveaway / tow / RGN trailer As the name states it’s a converted to a motor home bus type vehicle. They come in between 30 to 45 feet lengths and their widths often expend by several feet when parked. A few basic tips for those who are selling and preparing their own RV transport: You have to make sure that everything inside the RV has been properly secured (doors, windows, drawers, any non-permanently attached pieces of furniture, items hanging on walls, etc.). Remember to turn off all of the appliances and electronic devices, disconnect the power supply, shut off the valves on gas lines. Fasten and secure RV’s cargo doors, any loose chains, slide-out sections (if equipped). For driveway transport test functionality of all lights (parking, brakes, turn signal, and indicator lights), check fluid levels, tire pressure, battery condition. When preparing for RV transport make sure that you check all of the unit’s storage compartments for remaining personal property items. One last thing before providing the driver with a full set of keys, make sure that your RV will be sufficiently insured in case of an accident or damage. Read an entire RV transport contract and discuss insurance issues with your service provider and call if you have any additional questions.
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Those are pretty much homes on wheels, similar but not the same as converted busses, and come in sizes between 21 to 40 feet. The two reason...