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Renting an RV for 10: Can it be done?

As the old cliché goes, the more the merrier. While it can be true when RVing, to ensure everyone has a good time without feeling crowded, you’ll need a spacious RV. If you’re looking for a 10 passenger RV rental, there are certainly plenty of options available.

Keep in mind that you need to ensure that the model you choose not only has enough sleeping berths but also has adequate seating. This includes enough seatbelts for everyone who'll be traveling with you. Remember that the number of people traveling in the motorhome shouldn't exceed the number of seatbelts in order to remain legally compliant, (and safe)!

This can sometimes be problematic, as the number of seatbelts could differ from the number of people the motorhome is capable of sleeping. When looking for an RV rental for 10 people, you may be refused a rental if more people than the RV is capable of seating arrive at the time of pickup.

How to Find the Perfect Sized RV for your Needs

When searching for RV rental options, you'll find that each one will have a recommended sleeping capacity. This refers to the number of people that can sleep in that RV. Most RV rentals feature standard beds as well as convertible beds. In most cases, the latter is a dinette that serves dual capacity as a table during the day and can then be converted into a bed at night. Depending on the model of the motorhome, there may also be an over the cab sleeping area. Some motorhomes will also feature bunk beds. This sleeping arrangement can be a good option when traveling with single adults, teens, and children.

Think about who'll be traveling with you and the size of the sleeping areas you'll need. For instance, there's a significant difference between traveling with children or teens and older individuals. If you're planning a family trip with your children or young adult children, convertible beds or bunk beds might suffice just fine.

Conversely, if you'll be traveling with a group of adults, you may prefer an RV with more standard-style bedding. When this is the case, you may need to be prepared to compromise on other things, such as less living space.

Types of 10 Person RV Rentals

There are several types of RVs available that are suitable for large families or groups traveling together. Among them are bus conversions, travel trailers, fifth-wheels, and Class A and Class C motorhomes. The price tag for many of these options can be somewhat steep, which is why many people opt to rent an RV if they only plan to take one or two trips per year.

The rental cost for an RV can be substantially lower than buying one outright. Furthermore, renting an RV is a great option if this will be your first trip and you want to find out whether or not you enjoy traveling in an RV before you invest in purchasing one. Renting an RV can also be a good way to try out different options to find the type of RV that's most suitable for your needs before investing in one.

In considering which option is best for your specific needs, think about if you wish to have access to the RV while you're traveling. If you plan to take multiple vehicles to accommodate a large traveling group and you don't need access to the vehicle while traveling, then a travel trailer with 10 sleeping births might be just fine. On the other hand, if you prefer to have access to the RV, then a large motorhome, like a diesel pusher, would be more suitable.

Look at the Tradeoffs of Large RVs

It should also be kept in mind that the more sleeping berths a motorhome or travel trailer has, the more restricted storage space may be. This means you'll need to carefully consider the amount luggage and other items each person can bring on your adventures. You may also need to make more frequent stops during your travels to stock up on supplies, as you’ll have less storage space in the RV for items like groceries, toiletries, etc.

You should also keep in mind that the larger the RV, the worse the fuel economy will be. Take this into consideration when you're budgeting for your trip, as you'll need to plan to spend more on fuel than you might expect!

Looking for an RV Rental that Sleeps 10 People?

As is the case when renting any other type of recreational vehicle, it’s also important to consider cost. One of the great advantages of traveling with a large group is that everyone may be able to pitch in to help lower the cost of the trip. Naturally, the larger the RV, the more the rental will cost. But, you can easily find one for under $200 a night, and if you split the cost equally, RVing can be a great bargain for you and your friends.

There are some things you can do to help lower the cost of renting a larger RV, however. For instance, unless you must travel during a specific timeframe, consider traveling out of season. Many times, you can find excellent deals on RV rentals by renting during the off season. You might be surprised at just how inexpensive it can be to rent even a larger motorhome with lots of amenities when you travel during a less popular time of the year.

A 10 person motorhome hire can be a great way to spend more family time together, or split the cost of traveling amongst a group of friends while enjoying an adventure out on the open road. While options to accommodate such a large group are limited, with some research and careful planning, you can find a motorhome or travel trailer to rent that will accommodate your group and meet all of your needs.


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