VRV – Versatile Recreational Vehicle

Linvin’ Lite’s VRV – versatile recreational vehicle – image gallery

Linvin’ Lite’s VRV – versatile recreational vehicle – image gallery
Linvin’ Lite’s VRV – versatile recreational vehicle – image gallery
Linvin’ Lite’s VRV – versatile recreational vehicle – image gallery

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The VRV Cargo / Camping Trailer is an interesting and versatile option for people interested in camping and taking their toys with them, without having to buy an expensive toy hauler camper and a tow vehicle capable of pulling it.

Manufactured by Livin’ Lite, the VRV – versatile recreational vehicle – is an all aluminum light weight trailer that functions as:

  1. a camping trailer, with foldout beds that can be used even when “toys” are secured inside,
  2. Toy hauler, perfect for ATVs and motorcycles – and the lightest on the market, and
  3. Cargo trailer, perfect for hauling supplies or lumber.

With several different sizes and floorplans, there are numerous options available.  Trailers can be ordered with (or without) tip out bunk(s), wet bath, wireless rear ramp door, air conditioner, awning, interior cabinetry, E-track floor tie down system, windows, overhead cabinets, and exterior roof rack.  Livin’ Lite will also build custom trailers.

See the YouTube video.

From the Livin’ Light website:

Livin’ Lite is a leading manufacturer of Quicksilver all-aluminum constructed Ultra-Lite Weight Tent Campers, Truck Campers, and Sport Utility Trailers. Unlike traditional tent campers that are constructed of wood, QUICKSILVER features lightweight aluminum construction throughout.

Livin’ Lite manufactures Quicksilver All Aluminum Ultra Light Campers, Ultralight Campers, Lightweight Campers, Ultra-Lightweight Campers.

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