A Class motorhomes

A Class motorhomes

by Scottish Tourer January 29, 2018

Details Of  A Class Motorhomes. A Class motorhomes have very large front windows and  high seats in the cab area. Possibly you may be required to make some fine-tuning on your driving position compared to other types of vehicles.  You will be presented with a great view of the road ahead of you.

A Class Motorhomes

External Photo And what is more, because of the bigger space that most of  the A Class motorhomes can offer, you should never have the feeling of being claustrophobic most especially when  motorhome  is parked up for the evening. The windscreen is a very large curved glass screen which gives a very good all round  view. However  bear in mind that the replacement costs are normally very high . Remember to check your insurance policy regarding excess amount for windscreen replacement.

A Class Motorhomes

About A Class Motorhomes Safety.

However if there is one thing about the Class A motorhome the need to check  if it really ensures passenger safety. It is commonly known that many of this type of motorhomes are manufactured using  materials such as aluminium and fibreglass.  These materials are not so strong as steel. In some cases its not sure if the front cabs are strong enough to hold or anchor seat belts since there are a number of lap belts fixed to the seats. Consider that this will protect passengers should there be a heavy crash. Please also bear in mind that A Class motorhomes normally do not contain any airbags whatsoever.

A Class motorhomes

A Class Motorhomes. engine types

The A Class Motorhomes are all mostly diesel engines these days and most manufacturers will give you an option on the size of engine. Normally the will offer 150 brake horse power engines up to 180 brake horse power.  As everyone knows, diesels are more expensive to purchase, offering more durability, and better fuel economy compared to petrol engines. http://www.scottishtourer.co.uk


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