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Disadvantages of Owning a Class B Motorhome

Here are some of the disadvantages of owning a Class B:

  • Minimal storage- If you are going to stay in a Class B, you better love tiny living and be good at packing lite.
  • Very tight quarters - If you are traveling with the one you love, you need to make sure they like small as much as you do. Believe it or not, some couples can make it work.
  • Expensive - Buying a new class B starts at over $100,000. Why do they cost so much? They utilize tiny space and put it on wheels. Everything that comes small comes with a high price.
  • Many floorplans don’t offer a real bed - Most Class B beds are couch conversions, and the quality will vary. You may never feel like you’re getting the same type of support you get on a home mattress.
  • Challenging For Tall People- If you are over 6 foot, a Class B will feel tight; that's because most models are 6 foot 5 or less.  

If you choose to buy a Class B, make sure to hire a professional RV inspector before you sign any agreement. It’s also imperative that you have the right coverages and protection for your RV. Contact RVInsurance.com today 1-866-646-1755 to speak with an agent.