Since Florida is a peninsula, it is lined with beaches on every side but one. And you can visit the Atlantic Ocean, the Florida Keys, and the panhandle by traveling in your rented RV. Plus you can stop at Disney World and Sea World on your way. Renting an RV is the perfect solution to people who are intimidated by the price of owning an RV or the thought of driving one they own all the way to Florida.
The class-C motor home is the most commonly rented RV because it’s easy to drive and very homey. A class-C motor home can sleep about six to nine people. It comes with beds, a toilet and shower, a microwave and refrigerator, and heating and cooling. Some Floridian RV rental agencies may also include a TV and DVD player for when you get tired of looking at Florida scenery. Many also sell home-keeping supplies like dishes and linens—perfect for when you fly into Florida.
Florida is very RV friendly. Unlike most states, it is possible to rent an RV in almost any Florida city. At least 13 Floridian RV rental agencies are peppered throughout the state. Summer is the most popular - and the most expensive - time to rent an RV in Florida. If you go off-season, you can expect price discounts, sometimes even reaching 70-percent off-peak rates. In general, the longer you rent the RV and the sooner you make your reservation, the less you pay.
Always shop around for the best deal. Be sure to ask about pricing and pick the method that best matches your trip. Some rental companies charge a flat fee per day or week, others charge by the mile, and others charge by a combination of both. Also ask about extras like insurance and cleaning fees. And don’t forget your swimsuit!
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