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What’s the difference between camper and RV?
When people refer to RVs (Recreational Vehicles), they usually mean either a motor vehicle or trailer equipped with some of the amenities of a home. The term “camper” typically refers to trailers towed by trucks or riding on the back of trucks.
Which is better, RV or camper?
The travel trailer is the better choice for those who want to spend as little money as possible. A trailer is also more suited for the casual camper who only takes vacations during one season. However, if you don’t own your car to pull the trailer, you might be better off with a motorhome.
What are the three types of RVs?
Motorized RVs are self-contained units you drive — or even live in. The three classifications — A, B, and C — are all motorized RVs. The most important and somewhat strangest thing about their names is that they go from largest — Class A — to most petite — Class B — to middle-sized, Class C.

 Can you live in an RV?

Yes, it is legal to live in an RV. To stay within the law, you will need to take care to follow local zoning laws and ordinances that may govern where you can park your RV. You may also need access to water and sewer if you plan to park in one place or on your land permanently.

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