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In general, smaller campervans (such as those constructed on a van chassis) tend to be more maneuverable and easier to drive than their larger counterparts (like those built on a truck or bus chassis).

Driving a campervan may require a period of adjustment, particularly if you’re unaccustomed to operating larger vehicles. Due to their size, some campervans can have limited visibility and might exhibit slower acceleration and turning compared to regular cars. One aspect that often poses a challenge for new drivers is parking, as the van’s turning radius is typically smaller than that of a car. Incorporating a backup camera can significantly enhance parking convenience and safety, especially for larger vans.

Nevertheless, with practice and patience, most individuals discover that camper vans are relatively straightforward to handle, particularly when contrasted with larger RVs. It is advisable to spend some time familiarizing yourself with the vehicle’s handling and dimensions before embarking on an extended journey.

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