TOPOLO provides complete RV OEM services, including design schemes, manufacturing materials, accessories, interior decoration, supporting equipment, installation, etc.
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TOLOPO customizes the following types of bodies. Body material can choose fiberglass composite panel or aluminum composite panel. The core material has various foam and honeycomb materials, such as XPS, PET, PVC, PU, EPP, PP, PC, etc. You just need to provide your design drawings and we will make it perfect.
Toterhome A toterhome is a Class A motorhome capable of towing or carrying a heavy trailer such as a boat, trailer or car. Toterhomes come in different sizes, but they are all behemoths compared to your average RV. Toterhomes can range from 25 feet to 65 feet. The average toterhome is about 36 feet long and 8.5 feet wide, but some are even larger.
Type A Motorhome Built with the same framing and construction as commercial trucks and buses, Class A motorhomes are some of the largest vehicles on the road. The RV manufacturer builds the house on top of the raw chassis containing the drivetrain and suspension components.
Type B Motorhome Class B motorhomes are small, streamlined and ready to roll. From the outside, the Class B motorhome looks very much like an oversized van. They are also commonly known as camper vans. Inside, the van is tall enough for standing room. Even though there is a kitchen, living room, and a bathroom, it is very small.
Type C Motorhome Recognizable by their raised sleeping or storage areas which extend over the cab of the RV, Class C Motorhomes offer more living space than Class B Motorhomes but are smaller in size and can offer better gas mileage than Class A Motorcoaches.
Conventional Trailer Travel trailers are the most popular type of non-motorized RV. You need a trailer or pickup truck to use them. It comes in many different types, styles and sizes. The wide range of travel trailers allows people with different lifestyles to find the right type of travel trailer for their needs.
Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer A fifth wheel travel trailer is a large trailer that requires a fifth wheel hitch to tow. Their unique hitch requires the coupling to be in the bed of the truck. Given their super-duty hitches, they can be a lot heavier. This means they have a lot more available room and weight rating for luxury amenities and sleeping space.
Folding Camper Trailer A folding camper is a self contained folding unit which is comprised of a standard caravan style base, coupled with a folding canvas top. The main difference between this and a trailer tent is the fact that everything is contained within the main body of the trailer, including beds, seating, kitchen, storage etc. This means it can be used on it’s own, without the optional awning.
Mounted Truck Camper A mounted truck camper is a demountable RV that is loaded and unloaded from the bed of a full-size or mid-size pickup truck. Truck campers provide unique capabilities in that they can go anywhere that the truck can go. This opens up a tremendous amount of campsite options.
Sports Utility RV Sport utility RVs are built for those who want to take motorcycles, dirt bikes, ATVs, or other motorized toys on the road with them while RVing. The back of the RV drops down forming a ramp for access into a garage area where sporting equipment and motorized toys can be stored safely and accessed quickly.