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Old 09-19-2013, 06:04 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by FIRE UP View Post
Frankie Z,

Just how you're going to use this motor home, how many will be with you, where most of your travels will take you, if' you'll be towing a toad, and how often you plan on using it might influence your decision making process. Definitely do go out and look at many. The smart thing would be to go to a couple of "RV" shows, where many are present and all lengths/types etc. and get a good feel for what's out there and, what each has to offer.

Driving them might come later. But, seeing what each has to offer may influence you to sway either way and then, you take on the driving part.

You can learn either/both. What your travel style/method is, how many on board, how often you move and how long at any one site will probably be of greater on your enjoying the RV.
I started w/ a modest A, and now run a B+ at 29'. I sleep fewer, and have less basement, but it is more comfortable for shorter and more frequent journeys.



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Old 09-19-2013, 06:26 PM   #16
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After considering floor plan and drive ability, I would look at tank capacity. The grey water on the Georgetown would be about twice the C's capacity. A real deal breaker for me since we camp in many Georgia and Florida State Parks.

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Old 09-20-2013, 04:55 AM   #17
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Class A...More storage capacity and more carrying capacity.
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Old 09-21-2013, 10:14 AM   #18
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When we went from a 23' C to our first of six A's I was in pass seat while my 15 year old daughter was testing it in a parking lot and then we went down a side street and she looked at me and laughed and said "Yea dad it looks like your are going to run over the mail boxes from that seat but I have more than 2 feet in the mirrors relax I got it covered" She drove everything for the entire year she had learners permit and now she still can drive anyting at 40 with no issues.

They feel like you are driving the A living room down the road for the first thousand miles then you get used to it and learn to trust the mirrors and know when you are in the center of the lane. Most are the same 102" wide so there is really no difference

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