It's a subjective question, as it depends on what you were driving before. After driving a small (27 foot) Winnebago P-30 chassis with a relatively high L/WB ratio for 19 years, my new 29 foot Georgetown is much easier to steer. The Winnie, even with air bags and a steering stabilizer, made driving in the wind an exhausting experience. The Georgetown, although not perfect, has already shown better stability in crosswinds. No modifications, and I still am unsure about eventually adding airbags.
Gary Shapiro, 2011 Georgetown 29' Class A
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