Traveling in a Small RV

If your next holiday is going to feature a driving adventure, why not rent a small RV? There are a number of benefits to taking a driving holiday in one of these vehicles, especially if you’re going to be traveling to another country. While renting a vehicle may sound like it will break your budget, with an RV, that’s not true. Here are just a few of the reasons why you should consider renting one of these vehicles for your next adventure.

It’s Affordable

Renting a RV for your holiday provides access to more than just a mode of transportation, it also provides you with lodging. You don’t have to worry about finding a hotel when, with just a few changes, your vehicle can transform into a comfortable sleeping area. Some even have extra space for another bed, providing space for four people or for two adults and several children. When you’re reading to get back on the road, all you do is fold everything back up so that your seats and table are in their travel positions.

If you look at the cost of renting a traditional vehicle plus paying for lodging every night, you’ll see that renting an RV is actually much more budget-friendly. They even include a small fridge, stove, and sink, so a mini-RV can even save you money on food.

It’s Convenient

Renting a mini-RV is very convenient because you don’t have to worry about finding lodging every night or making reservations ahead of time. All you have to do is find a place to park your small RV for the night. You can take different routes, decide to stay a few extra nights in one area, or even completely change your destination plans if you want. RV rentals give you the freedom to change your holiday plans on the go without missing out on anything.


It’s Easy to Drive

Many people are hesitant to drive a full-sized RV because they are fairly large vehicles. If you’re uncertain about driving one of them, then the mini-RV is the perfect solution. These vehicles are smaller because one bed actually folds out from the table, while the other is stored in a small pod on top of the vehicle. To sleep in it, you simply raise the top part of the pod and attach a ladder to climb up into it. The RV itself is no bigger than a traditional minivan, and the top pod, when lowered, doesn’t add that much additional height either.

You Can Customise Your Rental

Most mini-RVs come with everything you’d want from a traditional vehicle. In addition to your small refrigerator and stove, you’ll also have ample storage space. Many of these vehicles include optional kitchen provisions such as plates, cutlery, pots, pans, as well as a few other items or even the option to add a GPS. If you’re going camping or have a specific destination in mind, you may also be able to rent chairs, sleeping bags, and other pertinent items