- A Class A motorhome often has a reputation for being the most luxurious and expensive of vehicles. It has a solid body with the driving area integrated into the standard living accommodation. This style of motorhome will have a large and expansive front window which offers a good view of the road and surrounding landscape.
- A Class B motorhome is also referred to as a low profile or semi-integrated motorhome. It is built in the same way as a Class C motorhome, except no berths are provided over the cab area. As a result, the overall height of this motorhome is lower than a Class C. There is usually a fixed double bed in rear of the vehicle.
- A Class C motorhome has a body which is mounted onto a van or truck chassis. There is usually a double berth over the driving cab and newer models feature a variety of floor plans and may have features comparable to those found in Class A models.Why Buy a Diesel-Powered Motorhome
Diesel RV Club members are encouraged to reach out to existing and future motorhome owners to provide information about motorhomes, the Diesel RV Club and the Family Motor Coach Association. Look for the "Ask Me About Motorhoming" door hanger insert in an upcoming issue of Travelore.
The following links can be useful when providing information or responding to questions:Why Join FMCA
Members are reminded they can earn a $5 credit for each new paid membership. Credits can be applied towards Chapter logo wear or dues. Go to the Members Only Refer a Friend webpage for details. Member log in required.