After much debate and consideration over the size of RV that we should purchase, our family reconciled on a larger model of the Class C variety. One of the largest concerns was that we would need plenty of space if we’re actually going to be living in a vehicle, while I was more concerned about my ability to drive a titanic of a vessel around without crashing the thing into every tree we try and park under or getting extremely annoyed by not being able to handle the thing on the open highway. In the end, though, I believe Tristan was the largest deciding factor over why we should go with a Class C vs. a Class A, and that’s because of the bed above the cab that Class C’s tend to have in them.
The bed above the cab is the perfect size for a young boy – room to sleep and, in many cases, there is some storage up there as well. So he can have his bed and his toys, clothes, etc. all in one space that is clearly defined as his own.
Here’s a little chart displaying some of the pros and cons of the three types of RVs (Class A, Class B, Class C, and Fifth Wheel) that we had ever even considered.