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January 24, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 147

If you are looking into a cheap way to enjoy a holiday then look no further than camper rental which is a great way to enjoy going somewhere new without spending an arm and a leg and with more freedom than you might normally achieve on a holiday.

On a regular holiday you are tide in many ways. You normally have a set time scale - you need to get to your holiday before the reception closes, you need to get to your restaurant for your booking and you need to catch your plane or flight. What is meant to be a relaxing holiday becomes a string of incidents where you are rushing from one point to the next and feeling decidedly un-relaxed.

However with a campervan hire on the other hand it really is just you and the open road and things are a lot more free. Because your car is your home when you have an RV rental, that means that if you get caught short for time or feel tired you can pull over and go to sleep. At the same time it means that you can travel somewhere where there isn't necessarily a hotel and you can stay there. Likewise you don't need to stop for regular food stops because you'll have your own fridge on board and it will be stocked with food and snacks. This means that with campervan hire or another RV rental you really can just drive off into the sunset and you don't even need to use the map - and it's the only way you can do so.

Then there's the charm of RV rental which is what attracts many people. It's a great bonding experience for a family being in this close quarters and chatting and playing games while you take it in turns to drive and it has a very exciting feel to it when you pull over to sleep for the night in your own little 'pod'. In many ways it has all of the charm of camping but with none of the mud or the half cooked food.

It's also cheaper because you save yourself money on accommodation, as well as on food and transport - because all of it is wrapped into one. But with that said it still makes the most sense to use campervan hire rather than buying your own RV. The reason that RV rental is so cost effective is that you pay once to use the RV and this means you don't need to pay for tax, MOT, insurance etc. It also means you don't need somewhere to park a huge RV or to worry about maintaining it and getting it services when it breaks down.

Most people who have an RV are only likely to use it once every few months at best - most of us just have too much on our schedule to set off every weekend for a jaunt and so the RV ends up collecting dust on the front drive. This is why you may as well rent, and even if you used an RV hire every other week you'd probably still save a lot of money compared to actually buying and running your own.

Campervan hire Australia is a great fun way to go on holiday, but also a very cost effective and practical one. Click the links to find RV rental.

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