Originally Posted by gc24
Thanks. I guess the AS makes better sense than a Roadtrek Class B, right?
It doesn't cost as much to insure, and there is one less drivetrain to keep up with. The worst thing is for a mechanical device to sit and not be used, like a motor home. In 2-3 years when you are ready to trade tow vehicles, you can get bigger/smaller/bigger engine/manual transmission/red/blue/white, etc, and if you aren't happy with it, you can trade it in. If you should not like the Roadtrek, you're pretty much stuck with it for the duration. Another thing to think about right now, is in ten years you will still have your trailer, but we may all be driving fuel cell or solar vehicles because of gas prices and availability. If you have a motorhome, it ain't going anywhere, but you might still be able to tow the trailer.