The new Jayco Precept Class A RV is in a league all of its own. Priced closer to the price point of a Class C motorhome, but packed with features and amenities commonly found on much more expensive coaches makes the Jayco Precept a superb value. One look and you will see the quality and value built into this RV.
Does Jayco make a Class A?
Jayco’s line of Class A motorhomes delivers comfort and luxury. You will find our longstanding tradition of quality craftsmanship throughout all models.
How long is a Jayco Precept?
Exterior Length (overall)
Exterior Height (with A/C)
Interior Height (main)
Does Jayco make a diesel pusher?
Whether you are planner or a last-minute kind of traveler, any compact Melbourne Class C diesel motorhome by Jayco will offer power, sophistication, comfort and functionality for years to come!
What is the smallest Class A RV?
The absolute smallest Class A RVs are the Thor Axis and the Thor Vegas, which both measure in at just 25′ 6” long for the shortest models. The Axis and the Thor are essentially the same rig, just with different exterior designs so we’ll call it a tie and review them together.
What license do I need to drive a Class A RV?
Since most Class A RVs weigh less than this, you might not need anything more than a regular driver’s license. But if your RV weighs more, you may need a commercial driver’s license (CDL) or another special license called a non-commercial driver’s license (NCDL).
What is the largest motorhome you can drive on a car Licence?
The standard driving licence issued to a driver passing his or her test today covers categories B and B1. This means you can drive a vehicle up to 3,500kg (B) and tow a trailer up to 750kg behind it. As a result, many new motorhomes are built with a Maximum Allowable Mass (MAM) of 3,500kg.