Are these the longest RVs in America?

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Here is your chance for fame and fortune. Well, fame, anyway.

Here are two examples from the files of RVtravel.com of two very long RVs — we’re talking the tow vehicle and the RV itself. We don’t know the actual length of these two because it would have appeared strange to their owners if we whipped out a tape measure and started getting up close and personal with their rigs.

But we know one thing — these babies are long. But are they the longest? We suspect there are others out there that might even put these to shame. What do you think?

If you’re towing something longer, send us a pic and a little information about the setup.

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Robbie
11 months ago

Our 36 foot Class A can be a pain sometimes because it is so long. I couldn’t imagine being a full timer trying to negotiate where and how to park anything bigger everyday.

livingboondockingmexico
11 months ago

Longest rv ever, 122 feet long including the boat, 400 sq ft of living space.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vlb3LH1HxLo

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
11 months ago

Thanks, livingboondockingmexico. That’s very interesting, and it’s beautiful inside as well as outside. 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Rory R
11 months ago

If you think that is ridiculous take a look at this and it is real……. go to the link below and check out the RV train.. It is the first thing you see when you open the webpage. A 52′ super C towing a cargo trailer and a boat.. This is legal in Idaho and several other northern tier states…

http://powerhousecoach.com/

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
11 months ago
Reply to  Rory R

Wow! Thanks, Rory. 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Jim G.
11 months ago

By using a HDT (heavy duty truck) it is a much safer way to tow such large travel trailers.

Donald N Wright
11 months ago

As I pull my Aliner popup, I have admired and feared the monster RV’s, with box trucks converted to have a garage on the back and to tow a fifth wheel trailer.I am waiting to see the double decker buses to become motor homes, I have seen double length city transit buses hinged in the middle, and you know that one day what’s going to happen…

Connie
11 months ago

Placement of the little smart car would be interesting to watch. Is there a forklift in there somewhere?

Jeff
11 months ago
Reply to  Connie

Actually they make a special Ramp for the smart car. And drive it right up on the back.
Pretty cool!

Carol
11 months ago
Reply to  Connie

I may have seen that one a couple of years back. They used ramps to get the car up and down – if it was the rig I saw at a campground where I was working.

Rick
11 months ago
Reply to  Connie

Watched a guy with this very setup load and unload his toad right beside us in a CG in the Keys. He had an aluminum ramp and a winch system. He would just drive it off but had to winch it back up.

Tommy Molnar
11 months ago
Reply to  Connie

I’ve seen one of these setups down in Pahrump, NV. The guy had ramps and a winch. Yup.

mdstudey
11 months ago
Reply to  Connie

I am wondering how he is able to turn it and keep the front cap from hitting the car.

John Koenig
11 months ago
Reply to  Connie

No forklift. Ramps and a winch get the Smart For Two car up on the platform. It can either be driven or winched off. Gregg Shields was offering a custom hydraulic platform for HDTs. Lower platform to the ground, drive onto platform, raise platform back onto HDT. If you’ve got the money, Gregg’s got the talent.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwep_dgEqniISzi1xrCchnA