Well, living in the sharing economy we do now, I might just step up to the plate and finally rent one with RVShare. RVShare allows you to rent other peoples’ RVs for considerably less money than it would cost through traditional channels. The company’s old model had them renting RVs from dealers, but it recently began allowing users to rent from RV owners directly, and conversely, allowing RV owners to post their vehicles for rent. It’s smart idea, as according to the site, the average family’s RV will sit unused for approximately 90% of the year.
To test it out, I searched for an RV to rent near LA for next week and found prices starting at just $75 a day, and $310 a day for a nice one. RVShare is a great option for those who have large families or want to save on hotel costs. I’m thinking about it—how about you?
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