I'd have to see those posts so as to analyze the tellers abilities to discern lack of correct knowledge from lack of correct equipment.
An rv is nothing special underneath.
They are almost all automatics, almost all built on commercially known chassis by major manufacturers.
There is no difference in towing than any truck, anywhere.
The front fascia on an axis/Vegas might take a bit of skill to get around.
A class c is a van and nothing else, a class a is common as cat hair.
You knowing how to tow it, and then telling a tow truck driver how to tow it might get you left along side the road needing to make an additional phone call....
Just an opinion on my part.
That all said:
The above is a link to a certain cure.
I have an axis. I could find no way for most older tow trucks to get under the front fascia, but in fact it's no worse than a corvette or a gtr or even a prius.
My front hitch mount allows for me to be snatched up by any snatch.
The tow truck cure is happenstantial to my need for a winch mount, but it is an advantage for a tow truck. My tow truck worries aren't wheels down, driveshafts, yadda yadda. Mine is the cosmetics of an axis facia being lower than hook up points.
If you have a real and not a fleeting concern, I'd suggest a front mount hitch. The nice purposely built unit I bought from etrailer was $109 shipped and bolts up in minutes.
It's a dandy place for a bike rack.
(I think gnach will be using his front mount for bikes.)