A Guide to RV Rentals
by Elizabeth Morgan
Simple RVs may cost as little as $40,000. The deluxe RVs
can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. If this sounds
unaffordable, you can enjoy always enjoy an RV at a fraction
of the price by renting one.
Vacation seeming like less fun? Well, you can enjoy all
the perks of having an RV at a fraction of the price.
The solution: renting an RV. You can rent an RV for a
weekend or a year, new or used, supped-up or simple. Plus,
you can try out all sorts of RVs during your journeys,
and if you find one you like, you can buy it.
homes are the most popular type of RV rental, but you
can also rent trunk trailers, travel trailers or folding
camping trailers. The motor home class-C is the most popular.
This easy-to-drive RV has beds, toilet, shower, heat and
air-conditioning, a refrigerator and a microwave. Most
companies that rent RVs also sell home-keeping packages
that include pots, pans, and dishes for your adventure.
Before you rent your RV, you need to figure out the RV
rental specifics you'll need:
Will you be driving or towing the RV? If you're driving
the RV rental, consider automatic transmission and power
breaks and steering. Your RV renter will show you how
to drive the RV before you set out on your trip.
Will you drive to your destination in your RV or will
you fly and then rent? Some rental companies sell fly-and-drive
Does your car insurance cover the RV? If not, get additional
coverage from your RV rental.
About the Author
RV Rentals Info provides detailed information about RV
rentals in the United States, focusing on California,
Alaska, Utah, Texas, Florida, Arizona, Minnesota, and
Las Vegas, Nevada, as well as discount RV rentals, and
more. RV Rentals Info is the sister site of RV Insurance