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RVShare Makes it Easy to Rent an RV

10.26.2020 | RVShare

RV Rental from RVShare

After months of shutdowns in the United States, a vacation has never sounded so good. According to surveys, travel is one of the things Americans miss most about life before the pandemic. But the uncertainty of ever-evolving rules, flying, eating in restaurants, and staying in hotels makes a trip seem far away for many. Not all travel is created equal, and according to experts, an RV is one of the least risky ways to travel right now. 

Interest in renting an RV has spiked across the country, as people search for ways to get out of the house while staying safe. RVShare is the one of the first and largest peer-to-peer RV rental marketplaces with more than 100,000 vehicles available

RV Travel Safety, Explained

With an RV, you’re in control of your environment in a way that virtually no other vacation allows. It makes social distancing away from easier, with self-contained eating, sleeping, and bathing quarters all on board. Plus RVs are designed for camping and other outdoor activities like hiking and visiting national parks, all of which reduce the risk of coming into close contact with others.

Winter Break, Reimagined

The school year has traditionally limited families’ travel plans to the summer months. But with many schools opting for remote learning, more students and parents can work from anywhere as long as there’s a Wifi connection. Being able to log onto class from anywhere opens up a ton of possibilities for fall and even winter travel—especially in warm-weather states.

Renting an RV is a great way to explore state and national parks during the less busy offseason or even visit family for the holidays while still maintaining a safe distance. There are winter campgrounds across the southern United States. Check out the beaches of Alabama's laid-back Gulf Shores or see the spectacular Red Rocks in Sedona, Arizona.

Where Can You Go with a Rental RV?

The options are as open as the road. Road trips to national parks, including the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, and Arches, are all popular destinations. But you can also park an RV at one of thousands of campgrounds around the country and visit family and friends for a socially distanced Thanksgiving or Christmas celebration.

How Does RVShare Work?

RVShare works just like other vacation rental websites—AirBnB and VRBO to name a few. Users can search for an RV in all 50 states, and filter out options by location, dates available, and size, and then book and pay via RVShare’s secure payment system.

RV Rental Price

RV rentals have one other huge advantage over many other types of travel: the low cost. It costs about the same to an RV for the night as it does to stay in a budget hotel, and in some cases even less. There are thousands of campers on RVShare that can be rented for as little as $75–$100 per night. Add in the cost of prepping your own meals in the RV, and the vacation savings really add up.

Want to list your RV on RVShare? It’s free and you can earn up to $40,000 extra per year.

What Type of RV Should I Rent?

Whether you’re looking for a top-of-the-line luxury motorhome rental or a cozy travel trailer, RVShare’s has an option that will match your needs. The rental price will vary based on the size and style you choose. RVShare has a handy guide to help you decide on the right RV rental for you:

RV Rental Chart

Other RVShare Amenities to Look For

RVShare renters also have access to the company’s rental insurance and 24-hour roadside assistance, so even when they’re out on the road, they aren’t alone. Some other highly sought after amenities include:

  • Pet-friendly rentals so your pet can tag along on family vacation
  • Delivery: have your camper or motorhome rental conveniently dropped off, moving you one step closer to vacation

This post was sponsored by RVShare.