Van Campers

Written by Patricia Tunstall
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Van campers, unlike luxury vans, are intended for overnight use on the road. Luxury vans do not have kitchens or bathrooms, although they have a bevy of comfort features and entertainment electronics. Van campers are marvels of the efficient use of interior space to create a mini-home in a van that is small enough to go where a car can go and park where a car can park.

Renowned for their maneuverability, these campers are also called Class B motor homes because they can be used as homes with all their facilities for daily living. Class A motor homes are the huge vehicles that are bound to catch the eye as they go down the highway. Class C motor homes resemble camper trucks with their overhang over the cab. Class B campers do not look like some boxy vans, but are sleek and aerodynamically designed.

Van Campers by Road Trek and Pleasure Way

Road Trek and Pleasure Way are the top-selling camper vans in North America, and with good reason. Road Trek set the standard for this category of van conversions by making every detail of the interiors and exteriors of its products conform to the highest criteria. Pleasure Way has shown its commitment to the same high standards and has also become known for its well-designed van campers.

Although Road Trek today builds vans around Chevrolet chassis, Pleasure Way uses a Chrysler B3500 maxi van chassis. What this signifies is the number of reliable chassis that are available to van conversion companies. Using a sturdy, workhorse chassis, companies like Road Trek and Pleasure Way create excellent mini-homes for their traveling customers.


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