InTech RVs: Teardrops, Toy Haulers, and Travel Trailers, Oh My!
High-Quality Towables at an Affordable Price
Over the past few years, the options available in the small travel trailer market have exploded. This segment of the RV-space has grown from somewhat niche to one of the most exciting, innovative, and creative in the entire industry. Nowhere is that more evident than the unique models produced by inTech, an Indiana-based company that puts an emphasis on quality.
Founded in 2010, inTech originally built trailers for the highly specialized fiber optics installation market. It took a while for those trailers to catch on but, eventually, the business began to grow and flourish. Later, the company began building custom bespoke car haulers to a customer’s exact specifications. These two types of trailers earned the company a reputation for making high-quality and dependable products.
In the early days of inTech, the company employed just six people, which allowed it to maintain a laser-like focus on quality control. Since then, the team has expanded to nearly 200, but the obsession with quality remains. Each member of the team takes responsibility for ensuring that every trailer lives up to the exceptionally high standards they have set for themselves. This is something that carried over to the company’s line of RVs.
Expanding into Travel Trailers
In 2016, inTech introduced its first RVs by rolling out a line of lightweight towables that now fall under the company’s Flyer series. These rugged, adventure-focused trailers have a minimalist design and are durable enough for use off-road. They also carry affordable price tags that make them very approachable for first-time buyers.
Later, inTech expanded its RV lineup to include options that appeal to a broader group of potential buyers. For instance, the company’s Sol line of campers features a more traditional travel trailer design and includes more amenities than the Flyer series. Meanwhile, the Luna is inTech’s take on the classic teardrop, while the Terra is its largest—and most luxurious—travel trailer yet.
Since their introduction, the Sol and Flyer series have expanded to include three and four models, respectively. Add in the Luna and Terra travel trailers, and inTech offers a total of nine different RVs of various sizes. This gives the company a versatile portfolio of campers that can meet the needs—and budgets—of a wide variety of people.
When building its RVs, inTech uses an all-aluminum, fully-welded cage frame and chassis similar to those used in its original commercial offerings. This approach allows the company to make a camper without using a single screw or staple. This process takes longer to complete, but the result is a higher-quality product with improved durability and fewer potential points of failure.
Aluminum has the added benefit of weighing just 1/3 as much as steel, which is a common material used in the construction of an RV. By substantially reducing the weight of its travel trailers, inTech can offer models that are towable behind a broader range of vehicles—including crossovers and small SUVs. And since aluminum naturally resists corrosion, the campers should remain structurally sound and aesthetically pleasing for many years to come.
In addition to using aluminum extensively throughout the construction process, inTech also employs what it calls a “tilt-forward” design. This approach shifts the frame of the travel trailer slightly forward over the front brow of the chassis, which improves performance in several ways. Not only does this give the company’s RVs a distinct look, but it makes them more aerodynamic too. It also makes more efficient use of the interior space by providing more room in the front and creating an exterior compartment that conceals and protects the vehicle’s propane tanks.
Features and Amenities
As you would expect from a company that emphasizes quality construction and design, inTech has put a lot of thought into the interior spaces of its RVs. All models have built-in LED lighting, a Bluetooth wireless sound system, and multiple power outlets. Roof vents and solar prep are standard across all their campers, as are wooden cupboards and mesh storage nets.
Other features and amenities included with inTech RVs vary greatly from model to model. For instance, the Flyer series trailers offer a reinforced chassis, higher ground clearance, and tires designed for off-road exploration. All four Flyer models—which include the Chase, Pursue, Explore, and Discover—also come with a roof rack for attaching a cargo box and a 2” receiver mounted in the rear for attaching a bike rack. The larger Explore and Discover campers can even double as lightweight toy haulers, complete with slide-out beds and kitchenettes.
InTech’s Sol line of RVs includes the Dawn, Eclipse, and Horizon, models. These travel trailers offer a more traditional design approach and come with a robust set of features. Each model includes a dining and lounge area that converts into a sleeping space and a bathroom with a porcelain toilet. The kitchen is equipped with a two-burner stove, farmhouse-style sink, microwave oven, and a refrigerator. Heating and air conditioning come standard, as does a manual awning.
The Luna teardrop and Terra trailers are unique units that occupy different ends of the RV spectrum in the inTech lineup. The compact and lightweight Luna includes a generous sleeping area and an outdoor kitchen located under a hatch in the rear. Meanwhile, the Terra is inTech’s top-of-the-line model and comes with a dedicated bedroom situated in a rear slide-out, a sizeable dinette and lounge space, and an onboard shower. Both trailers make good use of a panoramic windshield, which lets plenty of natural light into the interior.
Dealerships, Support, and Parts
Despite being somewhat of a newcomer to the RV space, inTech has built a substantial dealer network and customer support system in a relatively short period of time. The company’s trailers are widely available throughout the country, which raises brand awareness and allows prospective customers to see them in person before buying.
Existing customers can access an extensive library of support documents online, including owner’s manuals and troubleshooting guides specific to their travel trailers. The repository of info offers insights into the appliances, electrical systems, plumbing, and other components found in the RV. InTech has even created a handy webpage to help you locate spare parts and accessories.
With a deep lineup of travel trailers and an established support system, inTech seems poised for success in the RV industry. But most importantly, it is the company’s continued commitment to producing high-quality products that allow it to stand out in an increasingly crowded marketplace.
To learn more about inTech and its impressive travel trailers, visit the company’s website.