If you’ve started to develop some serious cabin fever, you’re definitely not alone. The United States Travel Association reports that the amount Americans are spending on travel has grown over the last few weeks, but is still over 80% down from last year.
As restrictions start to lift and we are able to move around a bit more freely, we can’t deny the effect that this experience is having (and will have) on the way we feel about travel.
On one hand, many of us can’t wait to get back out there, and rightfully so!
On the other hand, traveling might come back with some heightened anxieties including some that we might not even expect.
One Of The Safest Way To Get Out And Away Is To
Rent an RV
If you’re looking for the classic RV rentals that you’ve probably seen around (you know, the ones with landscape photos of Utah and California wrapped around the vehicles) then you’ll find what you need through
HAPPY CAMPERS or CRUISE AMARICA These RVs are built for three to seven people depending on the vehicle you choose, and they come with cooktops, water hookups, microwaves and everything else you’ll need to live comfortably on your road trip.
Another great option is using OUTDORRSY to rent an RV. This platform allows RV owners to list their RVs while they are not in use,
and it also provides rig assistance to renters who aren’t familiar with how to hook up.
Outdoorsy is nice because you have the option of renting RVs, hookups, trailers and even campervans if you’re looking to experience that van life.
Through Outdoorsy, you’ll have access to insurance, 24/7 assistance and help with pick-up, set-up, drop-off, and tear-down. Insurance is especially important when renting an RV because the protections credit cards can provide for car rentals to not extend to RVs.
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