Renting an RV is one of the best ways to travel if you and your family are really wanting to experience the journey as part of your time away. It’s safe, easy, and cost-effective to help you create a wonderful vacation that will leave memories for a lifetime. Finding an RV to rent can seem like a daunting task; however, it doesn’t have to be something that seems unattainable!
Let us go through how to actually rent an RV, get coverage with the offered insurance companies, and what the insurance will cover.
Make sure to check the listing description, features and rules carefully. Once you have found the right RV proceed to select your dates.
Not all the listings offer Delivery. If the owner is not offering delivery you will only get the option to Pick Up the RV at the specified location. If the delivery option is enabled then you will get more information on the delivery radius.
Here is another RV rental example that offers delivery:
If you would like to have the RV delivered you will need to specify the delivery address and choose one of the two options below:
The next step is to choose your Insurance Coverage.
Insurance coverage is available in 3 packages, Essential, Preferred and Peace of Mind. All of the packages include:
You can view the major differences between the 3 insurance packages below:
You may opt-in for the Trip Protection plan at a small fee (around $50).
This option is not required but here is what you get if you choose to do so:
Trip Protection is only available to U.S residents.
Some owners may offer additional features as optional add-ons.
At this point, you can proceed with the booking request. Note that no payments are to be made.
The owner of the RV will have to accept your request and you will be able to view the status of all of your requests in your dashboard. Of course, you can contact the owner of the RV for any questions or assistance from start to finish.