From the bloggers at Good Life RV:
You’ve made up your mind. You’re finally getting that fifth wheeler that you’ve been dreaming of. You showed your buddies the model you want, and the wife and kids are excited to take it on weekend camping trips. The only problem is that sedan in the garage is not powerful enough to haul your new rig. You need some muscle. What are you to do?
You must think about the perfect haulee for your hauler or your hauler won’t be hauling anything at all. OK, you better haul your…..well, you get the idea.
First, you must pick out the RV that you want. Having the RV as the end goal, you can then purchase a truck that is capable of towing your dream RV safely. It is crucial to understand your vehicle’s towing capacity as well as weight distribution basics to enjoy your RV safely.
So what comes first, the truck or the camper? Definitely the RV. You must make sure your truck and camper work together properly. To understand which truck would be a good combination with the RV you want, there are a variety of factors you need to consider before making your purchase.
To read about Good Life RV’s recommended things to consider when looking at a truck and RV combo, click here.