FAQ - Sales

What is Factory Direct?
Factory Direct is exactly what it sounds like- you’re buying your motorhome straight from Rexhall Industries’ Manufacturing Facility. Rexhall cut out the middle man to save our customers money.

Where can I see a Rexhall Motorhome?
Our products are available to be toured at the show room at our dealership and service center.
Rexhall Industries Dealership & Service
45640 23rd street west Lancaster, CA 93534
661-726-5470


Can I find a Rexhall Dealer in my area?
At this time we only conduct sales Factory Direct from our dealership location.
Rexhall Industries Dealership & Service
45640 23rd Street West Lancaster, CA 93534
661-726-5470


Why should I choose to buy a Rexhall Motorhome?
Since 1986 Rexhall has been dedicated to building quality Motorhomes at a fair price. Our 100% Welded Uni-Body Steel Super-Structure is the foremost reason to choose Rexhall over the other guys. From the very beginning Rexhall's founder, Bill Rex, chose to completely weld the entire inner structure together instead of using bolts and screws which can come loose over time. This dedication to safety has given us an unmatched record of safety and durability. In 26 years Rexhall Motorhomes has had a PERFECT safety record. Ask our competitors about their safety record and you’ll see the difference welding makes! Doesn’t your family deserve the safest coach on the road?

We also have a history of innovation. Our always innovative floorplans were revolutionized in 2005 when Rexhall Industries patented the T-Rex Full Body Slide Room. Creating more headroom and square footage per slide room than any other on the market. Additionally, keeping our focus on safety we more than triple the industry
standard with 9 steel arms of tubing to carry the load of each slide room, 7 on the outside and 2 on the inside. T-Rex slide rooms are built like nothing else on the market. These slides are so sturdy you don’t even need to put your jacks down! Over 5 years and hundreds of thousands of miles, T-Rex slide rooms have proven themselves as the Gold Standard.

Carrying Capacity Definitions:

GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating): Means the maximum permissible weight of this motor home. The GVWR is equal to or greater than the sum of the unloaded vehicle weight plus the net carrying capacity.
GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating): Means the value specified by the motor home manufacturer as the maximum allowable loaded weight of this motor home with its towed trailer or towed vehicle. Towing and braking capacities may differ.
GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating): Means the maximum permissible loaded weight a specific axle is designed to carry.
GTW (Gross Towed Weight): The maximum permissible loaded weight of a trailer or car that this motor home has been designed to tow. This cannot be increased by changing the trailer hitch.
UVW (Unloaded Vehicle Weight): The weight of the motor home as built at the factory with full fuel, engine oil and coolants. The UVW does not include cargo, fresh water, LP gas, occupants or dealer installed accessories.
NCC (Net Carrying Capacity): The maximum weight of all occupants including the driver, passenger, personal belongings, food, fresh water, LP gas, tools, tongue weight of towed vehicle, dealer installed accessories, etc., that can be carried by this motor home. Normal variation of materials may cause the Net Carrying
Capacity to be 200 lbs. higher or lower than stated. (NCC is equal to or less than GVWR minus UVW).
Tongue Weight: The maximum permissible downward force exerted on the hitch ball by the towed vehicle coupler.

Carrying Capacity Definitions:

GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating): Means the maximum permissible weight of this
motor home. The GVWR is equal to or greater than the sum of the unloaded
vehicle weight plus the net carrying capacity.
GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating): Means the value specified by the motor home
manufacturer as the maximum allowable loaded weight of this motor home with
its towed trailer or towed vehicle. Towing and braking capacities may differ. Refer
to Fleetwood RV and chassis manufacturer manuals for complete information.
GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating): Means the maximum permissible loaded weight a
specific axle is designed to carry.
GTW (Gross Towed Weight): The maximum permissible loaded weight of a trailer or
car that this motor home has been designed to tow. This cannot be increased by
changing the trailer hitch.
UVW (Unloaded Vehicle Weight): The weight of the motor home as built at the factory
with full fuel, engine oil and coolants. The UVW does not include cargo, fresh
water, LP gas, occupants or dealer installed accessories.
NCC (Net Carrying Capacity): The maximum weight of all occupants including the
driver, passenger, personal belongings, food, fresh water, LP gas, tools, tongue
weight of towed vehicle, dealer installed accessories, etc., that can be carried
by this motor home. Normal variation of materials may cause the Net Carrying
Capacity to be 200 lbs. higher or lower than stated. (NCC is equal to or less than
GVWR minus UVW).
Tongue Weight: The maximum permissible downward force exerted on the hitch ball by
the towed vehicle coupler.