Many of you may be considering the RV lifestyle and have many things to consider before taking that
leap. There are a few things you can do to make that decision less stressful, I’m referring to Cheap RV
Rentals. Trying before buying is the best way to experience the RV lifestyle without committing to it.
Here are a couple of ways to rent an RV without breaking your budget, Every state has RV Rental companies and some
even rent to own, but what if I told you there were RV Rental companies that have Transfer Programs this is when an RV
company needs to move their RV fleet to another location where they are more in demand. This is where you come in, this
company has an interactive map and users can look for routes where drivers are needed.
There are new routes and RVs available daily. If you are accepted to transfer an RV and cancel or do not show up you are
charged $50.00, some transfer companies charge a deposit that is refunded back to you when you show up to pick up the
RV. A few of these companies offer a fuel rebate, but most likely you can count on buying the fuel for the RV.
Insurance is always included but the coverage depends on the RV rental company. You can travel very cheaply with RV
rentals. One of the most popular companies is OUTDOORSY it is like the Air BNB for RV rentals, they have a service
allowing RV and camper owners to rent out their RVs when they are not using them. These RVs can feature, full kitchens, tvs,
and fireplaces all the features of the RV is written in the RV rental page.
Here Are Two of the RV Transfer Companies – 1.) Apollo https://www.apollorv.com/reloc.aspx
2.) Jucy https://www.jucyusa.com/jucy-perks/rv-relocation-specials
There are also International transfers in Canada. New Zealand, and Australia. OUTDOORSY is a game-changer in the RV rental
space, they have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). This company offers rear to peer rentals making it easy for
folks to rent one, and easier for the RV owners to make money on their RVs when they are not using them. The RVs come in all classes A, B, C,
You could rent or transfer a Motorcoach Travel Trailer, Fifth Wheel even vintage RVs.
Renting an RV or transfer driving an RV are just two of the ways to try before you buy, but before you even start the process as
yourself these questions:
Are you planning your trip from start to finish? Are you just winging it and going where ever your heart desire?
Either way, there are still things you can prepare for ahead of time. Know your limits just because an RV says it
sleeps 8 that doesn’t mean sleeps 8 comfortably.
Be sure whoever is going along on this trip is aware of the small space and they are OK with this.
Try to choose destinations where there is something for everyone and everyone agrees on.
If traveling with kids find kid-friendly places that cater to their needs.
Before signing any transfer or rental contracts be sure to take a tour of the RV, ask questions about anything you are unsure of. READ THE FINE PRINT.
If renting an RV you are required to provide insurance, how much depends on where you are going and how long you will be
gone. Ask about any additional fees you may incur.
RV parks charge daily fees for power, water, sewer. National Parks are a great resource for camping and are free of charge.
You are best bet if new to RVing is to stay in a fully loaded RV park or campground. Plan ahead has always worked for me in my
travels, I love Kampgrounds Of America (KOA) or Reserve America two resources to find great campsites to consider when
planning your trip.
Remember RVs are not good on gas leave plenty of $ on your trip budget for fuel.
Before committing make sure you know the basics of the RV, if you opted out of the offered dumping service.(if offered)
you are in for what I call the most dreaded of all the RV chores, the dumping of the black tank. Follow instructions to the T.
Saving money for things you really want to do or see while vacationing can be done just by preparing ahead of time pack
and bring your own food for your trip.
Now you have a better understanding of RV rentals and Transfers and how it really is the best way to know if RVing is right
for you and your family.RVing provides a vacation unlike any other.
Thanks for taking the time to read my blog, if you have any questions or comments please leave them below.
Thank you Karmenjariz