Class A motorhomes are the largest motorized recreational vehicles, usually loaded with amenities and equipment that make it ideal for short or long trips, and even full-time living. The living, or house structure, is built on a bare, specially-made chassis in lengths ranging from 26 - 45 feet. Class A motorhomes can be gas or diesel-powered.
Class C “mini-motorhomes” are built on regular automotive manufactured chassis and range in length from 22-35 feet. These vehicles offer full living quarters, sleeping, kitchen and bathroom facilities, and conveniences similar to Class A motorhomes, but in a more compact unit.
Class B motorhomes, also known as van campers or van conversions, are the smallest self-contained motorhomes. These small panel-type trucks usually include sleeping, eating and bathroom facilities. Interior space is limited. These motorhomes are built on a van chassis and range in length from 17-19 feet.