RV Rentals most commonly asked questions:
A current valid driver’s license from your home state or a current international license from your country is all you’ll need. No additional license requirements are required for RV’s less than 40′ in length.
Liability, collision, and comprehensive coverage are required when renting a motor home. You may either provide insurance through your own insurance company or, if this is not possible, full coverage insurance is available for $15/day through a 3rd party company. Call for more details.
As soon as possible. Once you reserve, your RV will be pulled from the market for the days of your vacation so you can relax with the knowledge that you will have a beautiful trip in a first-class motor home. Travel when you want, go where you want, and see what you want. You can have it all in a very comfortable lifestyle that few people ever get to enjoy!
We will be happy to help you arrange transportation to and from the airport to our RV rental location. We are located just 30 minutes from both LAX and Burbank airports with many shuttle and limo services passing right by our door. Just ask. We’ll help.
You have the ability to stop by that beautiful stream in the mountains or on the beach for the night. No schedule to meet or reservations to make. No worry about where to eat or where the next rest stop is. Relax and enjoy all the comforts of home while having the world at your doorstep.
Most renters will ask for a small unit but wish that they had rented the next size up when they return. Our orientation program will help you familiarize yourself with the RV and get over any intimidation factor very quickly. The number of beds, and storage space, are the primary considerations you’ll make when deciding the length of coach you’ll want. You can also start by learning the differences between the variety of motorhomes available to make a more informed decision before you rent your next RV.
Call us, and we’ll help you pick out the RV that will suit your needs best.
Los Angeles is the perfect staging ground for planning your RV vacation. In every direction you’ll find beautiful state and national parks, miles of coastline, and wonders of the world! Take for example…
North: Travel northward along the Pacific coast toward Santa Barbara, through famous wine country to San Francisco and visit Fisherman’s Wharf. Drive on to Oregon and Washington, both famous for their coastlines, mountains, lakes, rivers, and state parks. Crater Lake National Monument is a popular destination that you and your family will remember forever. You can go inland a bit and see Yellowstone National Park, the Great Salt Lake, Mormon temple, and stay in town to catch a Utah Jazz game while you’re at it…Bear Lake Valley in Southern Idaho is one of the best kept secrets where all you will find is peace and serenity.
South: How about Disneyland and Universal Studios in Los Angeles, Long Beach Harbor and the Queen Mary or Spruce Goose, if flying tickles your fancy. San Diego is a popular destination with Sea World, the world-famous San Diego Zoo, and Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres, all favorite attractions.
East: Drop by Las Vegas to lose a few coins and see the attractions on your way to the wondrous Grand Canyon in Arizona. Venturing further East you’ll find New Mexico, where the name “The Land of Enchantment” is no accident.
West: Travel along hundreds of miles of coastline along the Pacific Ocean and enjoy fabulous fresh seafood, the wind, and the waves washing ashore on beautiful beaches. Dozens of State Parks offer plenty of places to stop, shop, eat, relax and enjoy each day!