Bigger isn’t always better. You know this if you have ever tried to maneuver a large motorhome through the narrow streets of Key West, Florida, while free-range chickens are crossing the road in front of you. Most of the quaint small towns you’d love to visit, with their art galleries, shops and sidewalk cafés, were simply not designed to accommodate big rigs. The trade-off of having a Class A, or even a larger Class C, is that you must either take your dinghy along or resign yourself to pedaling 5 miles every time you don’t feel like cooking a meal. Wouldn’t it be great if you could have it all in one vehicle — an RV with the comforts of home that could still do dinner out and maybe even fit in your garage? That sentiment explains the growing popularity of Class B and B-plus motorhomes, and why Alan Rule and Jane Browning are seeing the country in a Winnebago Rialta.
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