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20 Things You Need to Know Before You Rent an RV

RVs are the perfect way to travel during a global pandemic—here’s everything you need to know to make your trip a successful one.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to turn vacation plans to Swiss cheese, many travelers are eager to go on an adventure that still feels safe and responsible. “Go camping!,” seems to be the vacation rally cry of 2020, but what if sleeping in a tent sounds to you like the seventh circle of Hell? Or what if you just want to try something fun and unique after spending the last six months on your couch? The answer you’re looking for might be a recreational vehicle—more commonly known as an RV. It’s a cross between a bus and a hotel room, and it can give you the flexibility to road trip without putting yourself or others at risk. Here’s everything you need to know to make your RV trip a vacation to remember. Need inspiration for the perfect road trip? Check out Fodor’s Best Road Trips in America.

RVs are the perfect way to travel during a global pandemic—here’s everything you need to know to make your trip a successful one.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to turn vacation plans to Swiss cheese, many travelers are eager to go on an adventure that still feels safe and responsible. “Go camping!,” seems to be the vacation rally cry of 2020, but what if sleeping in a tent sounds to you like the seventh circle of Hell? Or what if you just want to try something fun and unique after spending the last six months on your couch? The answer you’re looking for might be a recreational vehicle—more commonly known as an RV. It’s a cross between a bus and a hotel room, and it can give you the flexibility to road trip without putting yourself or others at risk.

Here’s everything you need to know to make your RV trip a vacation to remember.

Need inspiration for the perfect road trip? Check out Fodor’s Best Road Trips in America.

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