Each year, the number of retirees deciding to hit the open road to explore the country in an RV grows. Based on independent reviews and customer feedback, here are the top 5 safest RV's and why they will appeal to retirees.
Winnebago has been the most famous of the RV manufacturers since the 1960's. The reason is their reputation for building quality coaches. They also offer the widest selection in RV's. From travel trailers to Class A motorhomes with 32 different coaches. Winnebago focuses a lot of attention on increasing fuel efficiency and creating sleek designs.
Jayco has also had a strong reputation for quality RVs in both their towable and drivable RVs. They offer their patented Climate Shield technology that can withstand temperatures between 0- 100 degrees fahrenheit. Jayco has won the award for best selling RVs for the past 14 years.
Airstream's 9 different models still have that unique metal shell that almost everyone can identify. They have stood the test of time with their solid construction. If you are traveling by yourselves, or bringing the grandkids, there is plenty of sleeping room for everyone. Airstream also offers The "Build Your Coach" option where you can customize your RV.
Tiffin MotorHomes are a leader in luxury Class A driveable coaches with 7 different models. They offer a great warranty of 10 years on their frames, 1 year/12,000 mile comprehensive coverage, and one year of their 24/7 roadside assistance. You can also find authorized repair facilities all across the country. Their SmartSlide slideouts are built as a single fiberglass unit that is water and air tight.
Newmar RV is a family-owned manufacturer with 12 different models in their lineup. Their Comfort Drive technology adapts to your driving to make steering the coach comfortable. Their cabinetry is built by Amish artisan carpenters with a long history of quality. They are also the first manufacturer to continually offer wheelchair accessible units that are approved by the ADA.