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What better way to explore the US than renting a RV and taking off on your own self-drive adventure.

If you are looking to rent a RV anywhere in the US or up in Canada, USA RV Rentals has all the bases covered with great deals across hundreds of locations from the country’s best providers of RV rentals, both large and small.

With the freedom of a self-driving road vacation coupled with the added security of self-contained accommodation there really has never been a better opportunity to discover that piece of the USA you've always wanted to experience.

For those who are new to the idea taking a RV Rental on vacation you're in for a pleasant surprise. Not only are they are superbly equipped, but they are also surprisingly easy to drive, come with all the safety & modern features and driving aids we expect today, the vast majority are automatic transmission, and most can be driven on a regular car driving license. From budget 2 berth Minivan campers through to luxury 2,4,6 and even 7 berth large RVs and motorhomes, there's something for every traveller and every travelling budget.

At USA RV Rentals we take the effort out of searching, comparing and booking a RV in the US and elsewhere. Finding a camper van or RV rental near me has never been easier! We offer the widest choice of RV rental providers and work with the biggest and best brands in the market to bring the latest deals and pricing together on one website.

Our partners include trusted brands such as Cruise America, El Monte RV, Road Bear, Britz, Escape Campervans and Travellers Autobarn giving you an unrivalled variety of makes, models, and sizes to pick and choose from, to help you find the cheapest RV rental deal that meets your requirements.

Things to Consider when renting a RV

The list of destinations and events across the US is endless. Popular RV vacations include exploring State and National Parks, sporting and music events, interstate adventures along with extended road trips. When it comes to selecting your RV rental, here are a few suggestions on what to include in your considerations:

  • Destination – where are planning to go - National Parks, a road trip across the country, a specific destination or event
  • Travellers – How many passengers will be traveling?
  • Distance and Rental Duration
  • How comfortable are you driving a larger vehicle?
  • Where will you be camping?
  • What comfort level are you happy with?
  • What’s your budget?

Whatever your RV rental plans involve with pick-up locations across the country, you’ll be able to grab the keys at a spot that’s convenient for you to get your trip started quickly and on the right foot.

In addition to the widest available choice of RV and campervan rental vehicles, you’ll also get the best rates on the market. Our comparison service is always impartial and unbiased, and the prices you see are the latest and best available rates.

Why use USA RV Rentals to book your RV vacation?

  • Access the US's leading RV rental providers
  • Wide choice of rental brands and vehicles
  • Total impartiality – We offer a free and objective comparison and booking service
  • Experience – We’ve been helping travellers book RV rental since 2001

Renting an RV in the US is an unforgettable way to experience the country. We’ve been helping travellers book their perfect vehicle for almost two decades and are ready and waiting to help you find yours.

Ready to book? Simply enter your dates of travel, decide on the make and model of your RV, and place your reservation. It couldn’t be simpler! Thank you for considering USA RV Rentals for your travel plans.


Frequently asked Questions on renting a RV

Is there a minimum age to rent a RV?

Yes, generally you must be between 25 and 79 to rent a RV in the US.

Is everything included in the rental price of my RV?

No. What’s included varies by rental companies. The standard rental price does include vehicle rental, some taxes (sometimes local taxes are not included) , any one way fee and the vehicle preparation fee. Some suppliers will include standard insurance whilst others have no basic cover and include this in their additional differing insurance coverage options. Mileage packs should always be purchased in advanced (much cheaper option and compulsory with some vendors). Other options can include personal kits (bedding), kitchen kits, outside chairs, table, extra insurance, generator, coffee machine, toaster, GPS and Wi-Fi access.

Are one way RV rentals available in the US?

Yes, picking up and dropping off a RV rental is common in the US. Some locations do charge one-way fees when dropping off at a different Depot.

Can I pick up my RV Rental on the day I fly in?

No. If you are arriving on a trans-continental (direct or via a US Hub) or an international flight you are required to overnight before collecting your vehicle for safety reasons.

How long does it take to collect my RV from a rental depot?

A minimum of 1 hour although during peak times this may be longer. Rental companies do offer priority pick-up options which can be booked in advance. Pick-ups and drop-offs generally work like checking into a hotel, 1-4pm for pick-ups and 9-11am for drop offs. You should contact your rental provider the day before or earlier before your day of collection to schedule your pick-up.

Why do RV rental rates change?

Rates vary based on location, season and availability. As with most forms of travel the earlier you book the cheaper the rate and the wider the choice of vehicles. During peak seasons, particularly the summer months, the range of available vehicles in popular locations if often diminished.

Are RV rental vehicles smoke free in the US?

Yes. Smoking is not permitted in any vehicle.

What type of driving license is required to drive a RV rental in the US?

In most US states a regular full unrestricted car license can be used to hire and drive a Class B or C RV or motorhome. For the largest RV category, Class A, a Commercial Driving License may be required where a vehicle is longer than 35 feet or over 25,000 pounds in weight.

What type of RV is the easiest to Drive?

A class B RV being built on a traditional full-size van chassis is the easiest to drive, however the slightly larger class C RV at upto 35 feet (11m) is also considered straightforward. The largest RV category, Class A, are built on a commercial truck or bus chassis and up to 45 feet in length (14m) are considered more challenging and may require a commercial driving license in some US states.


Range of RVs and Campervans available for hire in the US include:

Class A - These are the big Daddy’s of the US RV world. Built on commercial truck or bus chasses these vehicles come with slide-outs to expand the width of vehicle and provide plenty of space.

Pros:

  • Separate bedrooms – double and queen beds
  • Full bathrooms
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Separate living and dining areas
  • LED lighting and TVs throughout
  • Environmentally controlled heating and cooling
  • Offers the most space and amenities in the RV world

Cons:

  • larger Class A vehicles (generally greater than 35 feet long or over 25,000 lbs) cannot be driven in many states on a standard car license. Check before finalising your booking
  • Length and general size of the vehicle makes it more difficult to drive
  • Most expensive to run given gas mileage is as low as 8-10 miles per gallon

Class B: Class B RVs are actually the smallest of the 3 classes – just to confuse everyone. More closely resemble an oversized van with customised kitchen, living and bedroom space, enough interior height to stand and a combined bathroom. Best suited to 1-2 travellers not requiring all the mod-cons.

Pros:

  • Easy to drive, park and generally manoeuvre
  • Cheapest gas mileage
  • Fully equipped with the essentials for road vacations
  • Most affordable to hire
  • drive with a regular full unrestricted car license

Cons:

  • Less interior space and storage
  • Less space means less amenities
  • Some vehicles are not equipped with bathrooms
  • More basic campervan vehicle

Class C: Class C RVs sit between Class A and Class B and are the most popular and commonly hired RVs in the US. These are built with a cabin chassis and many models include an over-cab sleeping area. The Class C can accommodate from 2 through to 8 travellers. Whilst models vary the Class C motorhome comes perfectly equipped to take the family on the road with separate living spaces and all the required amenities.

Pros:

  • Easy to drive
  • Driven on a regular unrestricted car license (always check local state laws ahead of travel)
  • Multiple sleeping areas
  • well equipped kitchen
  • Dinette and seating spaces
  • Most have full bathrooms (See cons)
  • Good storage space
  • Air Conditioned

Cons:

  • Not as large as a Class A vehicle
  • Gas mileage sits between Class C and A
  • Bathroom design & amenities can vary between models