ControlTruck campers are easier to control than their larger RV or traditional motorhome counterparts. As the Truck Camper Magazine website points out, trucks have a superior turning radius because they are smaller. You can make turns quickly without needing a larger space to perform such maneuvers. Backing up is easier to do as well, because you don't have to worry about a larger blind spot due to the length and weight of the vehicle you are driving.
Price/Fuel CostsAccording to the Truck Camper website, you can expect to spend less than $30,000 on a new truck camper. This is considerably less than you would spend on a traditional RV. The website advises that if you buy your truck camper used, you pay considerably less.
In addition, the gas mileage is a desirable part of owning a truck camper. The website says that truck campers get 10 to 15 miles per gallon. These numbers are greater than or equal to the miles per gallon of most RVs.