Differences between motorhomes and campervans
We think of motorhomes and campervans slightly differently – so you can select cover that's most suitable for you.
Motorhomes generally fall into 5 categories – coach-built, low profile, A-class, American ‘RV’ style, and race trucks – and are designed for cruising around the country.
They tend to be larger than campervans, with the driving cab separate from any living space. And also include more advanced appliances such as full-sized ovens, fridges and bathrooms.
Campervans are usually a little smaller than motorhomes and frequently share the same chassis as a normal van (where your driving and living space are combined).
The Volkswagen Camper is one of the most famous examples, but campervans come in all shapes, sizes and roof types – including pop-up and high-top roofs.