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Buying an RV is a very personal choice with many variables to consider. And with all the different models — travel trailers, fifth-wheels and motorhomes to name a few — I mean, honestly, what’s the difference? Hopefully, this week’s column will provide some clarity and get you one step closer to purchasing. Let’s start with truck campers. Truck campers are great for those who want their life to be as simple as possible. With little setup or breakdown by resting it in the back of your pickup, it’s the best get-up-and-go type of rig. Used mostly for weekend getaways and hunting trips, there are a few people who DO full-time in a truck camper, so it is possible. Amenities in truck campers can range from very simple to having multiple slide-outs with crazy luxury touches for such a small space. Negatives are that they are going to be small, no matter what (though surprisingly big with slides), and if you want to go off-roading, you will have to take the camper off your truck, which can be a bit of work. Still, it’s doable. Travel trailers are the most common type of RV on the road. They have the benefit of being able to set up and leave it at camp while you can take the tow vehicle out to easily get around town and explore. Travel trailers are less expensive than motorhomes. If you already have a vehicle that can tow a travel trailer, your initial cost to […]