Wednesday, June 25, 2008

RV Travel: Tips to help you get started

Most people, when they think of RVs, think of huge motor homes, but RVs run the gamut from folding camping trailers and truck campers, to travel trailers and luxurious motor homes. Cost, too, will range from as little as $4,000 for pop-up campers all the way up to $1.5 million for fancy motor homes. To learn more about RV options, check out www.gorving.com (a resource created by the RV travel industry) which offers a free DVD or CD-ROM to help you get started. Call 888-467-8464 to order a copy.

The best way to ease in to RV travel and find out if you like it is to rent. Renting can also help you determine which type of RV best suits your needs. Rental costs will vary greatly depending on what you choose, but you can expect to pay anywhere from $30 to $300 per day. To locate one of the 460 RV rental outlets around the country check your yellow pages under “Recreation Vehicle” or see www.rvda.org.
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