- Conveniences of home, including kitchen, dining, bathroom, entertainment, and storage.
- Available in multiple sizes from compact styles as well as large travel trailers, 5th wheels, and class A motorhomes.
- Slideouts in some models, which move the RV wall outward up to three feet at the touch of a button to create larger living areas.
Sport Utility RVs
Sport utility RVs are built for those who want to take motorcycles, dirt bikes, ATVs, or other motorized toys on the road with them while RVing. The back of the RV drops down forming a ramp for access into a garage area where sporting equipment and motorized toys can be stored safely and accessed quickly. This type of RV can be made as a travel trailer, 5th wheel, or a Class A motorhome. The garage area and living quarters are usually separated by a wall. Scroll down to see more of the possible features and amenities.Find a Dealer Find a Brand
The back of the RV drops down to create a ramp to easily access the garage for storing bikes, ATVs, kayaks, motorcycles, and other toys to bring along on the RV adventure. Some garage areas also have fold up bunk beds to increase sleeping areas while the garage is not being used.
There is plenty of space in this type of vehicle including a large living area with a kitchen, couch, entertainment system, and a full bathroom.
The larger sport utility RVs have a separate bedroom area for occupants. This can be found in travel trailers, 5th wheels and motorized sport utility RVs.
Typical Features & Amenities
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a special driver’s license to tow a sport utility RV?
Sport utility RVs come in all sizes ranging from a small travel trailer up to a 5th wheel and even a class A. For most RVs, all that is needed is a regular driver’s license but driver’s license requirements vary by state so you should always check the specific regulations in your state. There are a small number of states that have additional requirements such as a skills or a written test to drive the very large motorhomes.
How do I figure out the capacity of my tow vehicle and hitch?
When towing an RV, it is important to match the loaded weight of the RV to the towing capacity of the tow vehicle and this includes factoring in the added weight of the equipment you are bringing. Consult your dealer or owner’s manual for details and have the tow hitch professionally installed.
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