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Top Tips to Find the Best and Cheapest RV Rentals:
On a budget and looking for a cheap rental?
First you need to find a campervan, motorhome or RV that has enough beds.
The next step is to decide on where you want travel to and from. You need to do this to roughly work out how many miles you will travel. More about this later.
One-way rentals usually incur an extra re-location fee. The cheaper option is to pick up and collect from the same depot.
Next is to enter the dates of travel. Avoid Sunday collection or return as these often have restricted hours of operation and sometimes incur an additional fee.
Note: if you are arriving in the USA on an international flight you will not be able to collect the camper on the same day. It is an insurance requirement that you have one night's sleep before collection.
The smaller campers or mini rv's are the cheapest to rent and to run as they use less gas/petrol.
Mileage. You need to pre-purchase mileage when you rent an RV. If you roughly work out your journey using something like Google maps then you should buy slightly less miles than you think you'll need. Choosing the unlimited mileage option is usually only necessary if you are renting for a long time. Check it out and play with the booking engine to see what the best deal is on mileage. We can help.
Insurance: This is the CDW Collision Damage Waiver. Read the insurance options carefully and decide what your liability risk level should be. If you are happy with a high excess then you won't need to choose extra daily charges to reduce the liability.
SLI (Supplemental Liability Insurance) is usually listed separately.This covers accidental damage to a third party
Taxes. These are listed in the summary. Follow the steps through the booking engine until the point where you enter payment details. If you get to this page you will see a complete list of costs including local taxes.
We cover everywhere from New York in the East to Los Angeles in the West.
A road trip in a campervan across the USA must be on everybody's bucket list.
Families are well catered for as there is a huge range of campervans just for families or groups of friends. Choose the layout first. Where is everybody going to sleep is one of the first considerations. Check out the day and night time layouts and see the bed sizes so that tall members of the family can fit in.
Large 6-berth RV's have fixed beds, bunks, singles and double beds above the cab. The RV's or motorhomes are traditionally wider in the US than they are in Europe or in Australasia. This provides a lot more space. If it is more space then the option of hydraulically powered "slide-out" extend the width even further.
These RV's have enough space for garages to store all the toys and bikes and surf boards and extra stuff! After a day at the beach there is space to store all the gear. Then there is the option of taking a good shower and get ready for a terrific home cooked meal sourced from America's great food stores.
Or, if you prefer try one of the many food outlets. RV's are welcome at all the main attractions such as Disney World and Universal Studios. There are whole areas set aside to provide the best camping facilities. Most campsites have bbq areas too where you can cook out and meet other campers from throughout the USA and abroad.
Make the most of a road trip and start at one depot and return it to another. This is a popular option as distances are great in the USA. There are also great round trip options for a two to three week hire.
Popular starting points are on the West coast from either Los Angeles, San Francisco or further north in Seattle. There is the option of travelling into Canada. There is no extra charges for this but the rv must be returned to a depot somewhere in the USA.
Booking a campervan for hire in the USA needs a bit of thought. Pre-paid mileage options are a good way to save but the rough amount of mileage that you will be using needs to be calculated. Google maps with directions is an excellent resource for doing this. Once you have an idea, but less than you require as it is a false economy to buy more than you need as there are no refunds for unused mileage.
We recommend taking out full cover insurance including their party insurance just in case. All options are listed with full explanations as to what is covered. Call us if you need further clarification.
Extras can include a charge for bedding and vehicle kits. Save and buy at one of the many discount stores that you will pass on your first day. It is an experience in itself to explore these vast warehouses of goods at bargain prices.
It is a requirement if you arrive in the USA on a long haul flight you must overnight in a hotel first.
There is a huge range of campers to choose from. The smallest are sleeper cars that have a double bed in the rear. The next are the low-top campers, then the hi-top campers. Neither of these have on board showers and wc's.
The van conversions are usually for two people and very economical. All vehicles are automatic transmission. The larger vecicles are categorised into B-class, c-class and A-class motorhomes. These are large motorhomes. The A-class is a bus shaped vehicle. All campervans, motorhomes and RV's on our site are illustrated with day and night time layout diagrams as well as photographs of the interior and exterior of each vehicle.
Let us know if you need any help in make the right choice for your holiday. We use all the main suppliers such as Cruise America, Road Bear, Elmonte, Jucy, Apollo, Star RV, Wild Campers and others.
If it is a Route 66 road trip that you want to book then start from Denver. We are here to help and we are here 24 hours a day, seven days each week. Good luck with your plan. Book the holiday of a lifetime.
We are very experienced. After 20 years arranging campervan and motorhome hire for our clients we are very good.