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There is a big disappointment when you want to get a small camper but you realize that lightweight travel trailers compatible with your truck are very scarce. The problem is not the diversity of models but the weight, since most of the existing designs are too heavy to get pulled by a car or a pick-up truck. A closer analysis of the market offer will show you that even the RV companies whether we are talking about rental companies or dealers have shown little interest in purchasing lightweight travel trailers. The explanation they give is very simple: these RVs are not that much in demand on the market, and therefore it is not efficient to keep them in stock.
The problem with some lightweight travel trailers is the bathroom since all the plumbing adds up to the overall weight of the vehicle not to mention that the ceiling has to be higher. 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: the fiberglass vehicles are less popular because of their specific smell, the teardrops are pretty crammed while the pop-ups can be used mainly in warm climates.
The ultra-lightweight vehicles that generally have 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 is not larger than a small or medium-sized bedroom in the most fortunate of cases, which is between 10 and 12 feet. This should be enough to accommodate a couple, but not a family. The various models come ready furnished from factory with basic appliances including a basic functional bathroom with or without a shower, a microwave and a stove.
It is surprising to discover that there is little difference between the costs of new and used vehicles as the price ranges somewhere around $10,000 with all the included amenities. The manufacturing year and the technical inspection remain key points 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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