Say you want to tour the country, see the highways and byways and small towns and rural roads of America.
A great way to do it is in an RV, or motorhome. But buying a recreational vehicle is a huge commitment, and they don’t come cheap. So don’t buy an RV: hire one instead.
Many companies specialize in RV hires, renting out recreational vehicles by the day or week so that people can enjoy the amenities without having to buy one.
Some firms even operate worldwide, allowing travelers the opportunity to experience foreign lands on a budget.
This is especially useful for Americans, who, even if they own an RV, wouldn’t be able to use it to tour a foreign country without undergoing a lot of hassle in transporting it abroad.
Renting an RV means you don’t have to pay for hotels. You sleep in the comfort of the hired recreational vehicle instead, thus saving hundreds of dollars over the course of a vacation.
You also save on transportation costs such as train tickets. RVs often get poor gas mileage, but the savings can still be considerable when compared to other travel methods.
An RV hire also grants you the freedom to see your chosen destination at your own pace, rather than being at the mercy of group tours.
You can choose your own places of interest, map your own itinerary, and function on your own schedule. Bus and train schedules mean nothing to do when you’re at the wheel of an RV.
Want to spend a few extra hours at a location you hadn’t expected to find interesting? No problem. Your vehicle and mobile hotel room are ready to go when you are.
So if you’re thinking of taking a scenic road trip, consider using an RV. Hire one for this vacation and you might find yourself buying one in the future.