Since RVs and mobile homes used to be the same thing prior to the 1950’s, it is a little grey. Generally, we’re going to call an RV anything that can be pulled by a regular car or pick-up truck, (a travel trailer or 5th wheel) or that can move under its own power (a motor home). If it has to be pulled by an actual truck (which is what costs the $3,000 or so in the move) then it’s a mobile home. But also remember that there is a component that can only be pulled by a truck in most RV parks, which is called the “park model”. These are like mobile homes, but do not have wheels or axles on them – they arrive on a flatbed truck – and also cost $2,000 or so to move. Since we don’t want our customers to ever leave, we only consider the type of mobile home or park model that requires expensive transport to be worthy of our investment dollars. RVs can be moved for next to nothing, so there’s no barrier and that’s too risky for us.