It's time to hit the road! Have you ever dreamed of heading out on an epic road trip, but don't have the funds? Well, you're in luck! There's a way to head out on the trip of your dreams with RV rentals starting from just $1 a night!
There are multiple companies that offer incredible deals on one-way RV rentals, and we're here to fill you in on how you can hit the road for an amazing price.
Cheap RV Rentals Timeframe: 12. Oct. 2018 - 11. Oct. 2019
How To Book
How Do I Book?
Click the links below to visit the booking sites for RV relocations. Select a set of dates and route that works for you. Please note that these RV rentals are last minute and fill up quickly, so don't hesitate to book the one you want! Some rentals may require insurance or refundable deposits, so keep that in mind.
Example RV Rentals
How Does It Work?
These deals are called RV relocations. Rental companies need someone to move their vehicles from one city to another and are willing to offer great deals to drivers to get them there. The starting and ending cities for these trips vary, as well as the rental prices and mileage allowances per day. Each company has their own rules and restrictions.
Who Offers These Deals?
The routes and prices vary from company to company and change often. The following are links to various companies that offer RV and car relocation specials and deals.
Who Can Drive?
There are no special license requirements to take advantage of these RV relocation deals. As long as you have a valid U.S. driver's license and are at least 18 years old (some companies have an age requirement of 21 or 25 years old), you can hit the road in an RV. Also, it is good to note that some companies include vehicle insurance and some offer it for an additional fee. Check the rental company website for more information about insurance coverage.
Where Can I Park To Sleep?
One of the best things about traveling in an RV is that you have all the comforts of home with you at all times. And luckily, there are many businesses that allow RV parking for free in designated spots in their parking lots. Companies like Walmart have allowed free parking for many years. You can also check websites like FreeCampsite and Ultimate Campgrounds to find great (and free!) places to stay on your trip.