I just learned the benefits of the class C RV through experience. My name is Raymond and I make commercials for local businesses. Recently we shot some footage about vacationing and the shots required a couple of motorhomes. We arranged two rv rentals from Cruise America and admittedly, I was a bit hesitant to drive one all over northern Arizona because I had never so much as set foot into an RV, let alone driven one.
The first day of the commercial shoot arrived and we went to pick up the RVs from Cruise America. I, along with my cameraman/video designer was in one RV and the actors were in the other. The rental agent went over everything we needed to know, and before we drove off the lot, I was pretty comfortable with all technical info, such as how to utilize the generator, how to start the water pump, how to hook into the electrical supply at the RV Park, and how to fill the water tank. I also learned how to drain the sewer lines. It took me all of 15 minutes to learn all of this.
I have to say that it was not at all difficult to drive the 28.4’ unit. It was almost like driving my pickup truck.
Cruise America only rents and has class C rvs for sale because they are so easy to maneuver over the highways and byways. Unlike the monstrous bus-like class A’s, these handy units offer a great deal of visibility and decent gas mileage. I was also amazed at the room inside these motorhomes. Even with all of our equipment and a third passenger, there was no crowding whatsoever.
I was most impressed with the fact that in this class C unit we were completely self-sufficient. Even if we had not been in a motorhome park at night to hook everything up, all the equipment still functioned just as we needed it to. It was very cold, and the motorhome heated up to a nice and toasty temperature. I think what amazed me most was that the beds were comfortable and spacious!
I have become a convert to the motorhome lifestyle, and next time I take my family on a trip, I am going the Cruise America class C RV rental route.
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