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Considering an RV Trailer Rental?

An RV trailer rental can be a great option when you want complete flexibility and control over your travels, but you don’t want the cost of actually owning a travel trailer. It’s also a good way to try out different models of travel trailers to find one suitable for your needs.

Rent an RV Trailer

Not sure how it works when you rent an RV trailer? The process is actually a lot like renting any other type of vehicle, although there are a few special considerations. When looking for RV trailers for rent, you’ll first need to think about the size and type of trailer you need. RV trailers are available in a wide range of sizes to accommodate different size groups. For a single individual or a couple, a pop-up travel trailer or a teardrop trailer might be well worth considering.

Although small in size, these travel trailers provide all the basic amenities you’ll need while out on the road. Keep in mind that with a smaller travel trailer, everything has to naturally be smaller in scale, so expect a smaller stove, fridge, and bath facilities. You’ll probably need to stock up on supplies more frequently, depending on how long you’ll be traveling. You may also need to scale down the amount of luggage you bring with you.

For families, a larger travel trailer would probably be a better option. You can find RV trailer rentals ranging in size all the way up to fifth-wheels. If you’re considering a fifth-wheel, bear in mind that you’ll need a special hitch installed in the bed of your truck to tow it. The larger the travel trailer, the more towing capacity your vehicle will need to have. For an average sized travel trailer, a light truck or SUV should be fine.

If you’re not certain whether or not your vehicle will be able to handle towing a travel trailer, always check with the person or the company you’re renting from to find out how much towing capacity you’ll need for the model you’re considering, then check with your vehicle's manufacturer or manual.

What to Know when Renting an RV Trailer

To rent an RV trailer, a standard driver's license is typically enough. It's important to find out if the rig will be covered by your auto insurance policy during the rental period, or whether you need to purchase special coverage. At RVshare, every rental comes with 24-hour roadside assistance.

Before heading out with your RV travel trailer rental, make sure you understand how to hitch and unhitch the trailer from your vehicle. Also, make sure an owner’s manual is included just in case you run into any problems during your travels.

RV Trailer Rental Prices

Prices for travel trailer rentals can vary based on a number of factors. For instance, the time of year you rent a travel trailer can significantly impact how much you’ll pay. It’s simple supply and demand. If you choose to travel during the peak travel months, usually during summer, you can expect to pay more. Likewise, if you travel during a less popular time of the year, for instance, winter, you’ll pay less.

The cost of an RV travel trailer rental can also be affected by the type of trailer you rent. A larger trailer will cost more to rent than a smaller trailer. Age and condition can impact cost, as can any extra options you choose to include with your rental. Some RV rentals come with items like dishes, pots, pans, linens, etc., but others don't. It's imperative that you always verify exactly what comes with the travel trailer before you rent it. Never assume anything. If you don’t want to deal with the hassle of packing linens and kitchen gear but the rental doesn’t come with it, you can often purchase a kitchen kit or linen kit for an extra cost.

Rental prices for RV travel trailers may have a per-mile surcharge, or be only charged on a per-day basis. In many cases, you'll rent the trailer for a certain number of days and have an allotted number of miles. If you go over that mileage, you could face extra costs, so be sure you're clear about this upfront. Some owners offer unlimited miles, however, so be sure to check the listing thoroughly!

How to Find RV Trailers to Rent

Many people often ask the question, “How do I find RV trailer rentals near me?” It can be much easier than you might think. In the past, if you wanted to rent an RV or travel trailer, you typically had to do so from a dealership or company that specialized in such rentals. Today, that's no longer the case.

An increasing number of RV owners are seeing the benefits of renting out their RVs and travel trailers when they aren’t using them. It’s a great way to make a little extra money to help defray the cost of owning a travel trailer. At the same time, owners can ensure their RVs aren’t just sitting around idle. (Which is the worst thing you could do to an RV.)

If you’re looking to rent an RV and you don’t want to drive a long distance to do so, RVshare can be a great way to save money on the cost your rental. Renting a travel trailer directly from the owner can be surprisingly affordable. You’ll find there are all types and sizes of travel trailers available for rent, right in your hometown. Whether you’re looking for something small, or a large fifth-wheel that can accommodate a family, there’s a good chance you’ll find exactly what you need at a reasonable price. If you search in advance, are flexible with your dates and RV style, you can go on vacation for a fraction of the cost of other, costlier alternatives.

Renting an RV trailer is a convenient, easy, and affordable way to head out on your next vacation. By knowing what to expect and doing some advance planning, you can enjoy all of the benefits of the RV lifestyle without the need to splurge on the cost of an RV trailer.


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