Going to the RV dealership is quite the fun experience, especially if you are an avid traveler. RVing across the country is a dream for many people, so looking at all of the rows of beautiful, shiny, new RVs is sure to get you hyped for your next road trip. When you are purchasing an RV, you want to think and consider all of your options deeply before making your decision.
While salespeople will often encourage you to walk off the lot with a new RV the first time you visit, be sure to do your research before getting stuck with a vehicle that isn’t right for you. In this video, we will look at why several RV fans avoid Class B RVs when they are at the dealership.
First of all, most class B RVs have no permanent beds in them. You either need to set one up yourself, or the interior couches transform into one. Having to move your couches around every night can prove to be a huge hassle for some. Additionally, class B RVs are known to known to have very small bathrooms. When you are on the road, you want to be as comfortable as possible, especially in the bathroom. Finally, class B RVs have very few storage options.