Many people who want to add a small camper to their pick up truck discover that there are very few lightweight travel trailers to choose from. Weight is the problem not the variety of the RVs, since most of the existing designs are too heavy for a car or light pick-up truck to pull. Moreover, a closer look into this matter will convince you that even the RV companies whether we are talking about rental agencies or dealers have shown little interest in purchasing lightweight travel trailers. The explanation they give is very simple: the demand is lower for such recreational vehicles, and therefore it is not profitable to keep them in stock.
The bathroom plumbing adds up quite a lot to the weight of the vehicle, particularly as the ceiling design has to be altered to. Therefore, some lightweight travel trailers have a rudimentary form of bathroom or lack it completely. Four types of vehicles fall in the category of lightweight travel trailers: the teardrops, the fiberglass eggs, the ultra-lightweights and the pop-up tent trailers. There are good bits and bad bits about each of these models: thus, the pop-ups are suitable for warmer climates, the fiberglass ones have a specific smell inside because of the materials they are made of, and the teardrops have offer pretty little space.
Lightweight travel vehicles of around 2,000 pounds could be the most convenient, but that very much depends on what the client aims at for both quality and use. In terms of size, the interior of lightweight travel trailers looks like a small or medium-sized bedroom in the best of cases, which is between ten and twelve feet. This should be enough to accommodate a couple, but not a family. Manufacturers provide the models ready furnished with basic appliances including a basic functional bathroom with or without a shower, a microwave and a stove.
The amenities included as well as the overall features of the vehicle determine the price for new and used lightweight travel trailers; the costs usually reach $10,000 or somewhere around this figure. The manufacturing year and the technical inspection are also important to check when you want to purchase a second-hand recreational vehicle. In the absence of a dealer in your local area, you can always try the Internet for more comprehensive resources. The databases you consult should be updated, otherwise you may find items that are no longer in stock.
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