There are many options for towable campers. These include travel trailers and fifth-wheel campers, toy haulers, and hybrid campers. Each person will choose the camper that suits them best. You can find the best hybrid camper trailers via www.campertrailersandhybrids.com.au/hybrid-camper-trailers-australia.
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Consider these things when selecting your camper:
Tow vehicle: The type of tow vehicle that you have will determine if you can pull a fifth-wheel camper, or if you need to buy a bumper pull camper. The first thing you need to do is determine how heavy your tow vehicle can pull. This will help you narrow down your options and eliminate many campers.
The dry weight of the camper (unloaded) does not include water or cargo. Keep in mind that 8 lbs of water are required to transport water. This can quickly add up!
Fill your freshwater tank at the camping site whenever possible. If your campground offers this service, you can also dump your wastewater tanks there. You can expect an additional 500-800 lbs in water and cargo weight to your camper's dry weight.
This extra weight should be included in the final weight calculation of the campers that you are interested in.
Budget: Prices for campers can range from several hundred dollars for older campers or fixer-uppers to close to $100,000 for the crème de la crème campers. The age, brand, and size of the camper will all impact the price.
Check out the Internet to see which campers are available in your price range. You should ensure that your budget is sufficient to purchase the camper that you want.