William Krutt: For some reason, I got bit by the RV bug later in life @ 62. These things
really intrigue the heck out of me. A month or so ago, at Samuel P. Taylor
in Marin County, California, There was a couple together BBQ'ing in front of
a THOR "Vegas" motor coach RV. Thatg thing was drop dead gorgeous. Long
short, they allowed me to take a peek inside, and it is every bit as
as any home, and is quite plush inside. This particular couple retired --
married -- and were living in the proverbial "empty nest", sold it, and
the THOR, and have never looked back. They had just gotten back from
Alaska, and not once even so much as entertained getting a motel room
somewhere. They made the trip entirely in their RV, and also LIVE IN IT
full time, and they LOVE IT. I can see why. It even had satellite TV
inside, and another flat screen behind a door on the patio side of the RV.
They were B B'ing and watching the Giants game on the exterior TV set
when I walked up. Nice people they were. I wish them the best.
William Krutt: I'm having a difficuly time distinguishing the difference between class "B"
and class "C" motor coaches. I keep forgetting.
William Krutt: Dan Uhase: You don't need a special provision driver license, but as the
other poster said, a bus/truck driving class or two under your belt before
would be an asset, and you'd feel more comfortable. The only thing I've
ever had to really watch out for is HEIGHT and rear-end swing-out during
tight right turns. Other than that, they're really quite easy to drive. I
want to have to parallel park one of these bad boys, but you get my drift.
and best wishes. Bill.
Girom Christian Calica: It's things like these that make me wish I lived in a vehicle instead of a
Bryan Arias: Mzjdidksuixkshussk oh crap its great
James Welch: I purchased a THOR Chateau, Class C from MHSRV. It was a great experience
and I love the THOR motorhome. I live in California. Flew there, they
picked me up at the airport. Stayed in their overnight parking the first
night. It was great. Got a complete run through the next day on how
everything worked. Then I embarked on a slow drive back to California and
had a blast seeing all the sights on the way. I highly suggest the
Danny F: we bought this particular model a year ago in order to take our two
grandsons and 5 poodles on road trips. can't do that in a motel! other than
a few warranty issues concerning workmanship at the factory, we love our
Ray Stamey sr: I made a commet on this And didnt get a commet back I wanted to say thank
Ray Stamey sr: do you help any body get one ?
Stephanie Mason: Love it, Love it Love it. Time to buy!!!!
nelsonwashingtonnw: I love this class c it has sleeping for 10-12 alot
Dan Uhase: do you have to a CDL to drive this motorhomes
BigRray: no but it wouldn't hurt to take a bus driving class
DRTKO365: i love you guys
Motorhome Reviews: No you do not need a CDL to drive a Class C Motorhome in the US.
kj4iks: Hell you can sleep a few on top, if all you want is a motel on wheels. I
only want sleeps 4 at the most.
John Salazar: went to your website no class B?
seamus murphy: it would be my choice... if i had $100000
Todd Corley: It connects your coach battery and your vehicle battery together to start
the motorhome if your vehicle battery is dead
Downytide: Why aren't these motorhomes use diesel instead of a gas engine? Wouldn't
make more sense with the weight of vehicle along with typical distance
people travel with them?
doogals99: Emergency start switch?
Josh McCarthy: I owned a 2011 Thor 25c
NBaimf: I'm the most successful person commenting in here. You can't out do me. I.
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