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|Consider a One-Way RV Rental for Your Summer Vacation|
|Written by Robyn Larson McCarthy|
|Friday, 09 April 2010 15:22|
El Monte RV offers incentives to road trippers willing to help relocate inventory
Recreational vehicles make family-friendly, dog-friendly vacation homes on wheels--and now budget-minded road trippers have a new option for their summer travel plans. Los Angeles-based El Monte RV Rentals is offering low-priced one-way RV rental specials to move motorhomes across the country.
"Motorhome rental firms normally shift RVs from warm weather environs to cooler ones in Spring, and then reverse the process in the Fall," says El Monte director of marketing Joe Laing. "By offering RV rental clients deep discounts on one-way travel, we help vacationers save money while ensuring adequate seasonal inventory." Recent one-way specials have included 1,000 free miles and 50 percent off daily rates for the first seven days. El Monte caters to both international and domestic travelers and is the only nationwide motorhome rental company to offer the larger Class-A luxury vehicles for rent.
Check out the accompanying video for a peek at the amenities and comforts offered in even the smaller Class C vehicles. And if you're still a little skeptical about the RV lifestyle, keep in mind that before this writer spent three adventurous months living and working and seeing the country in an RV a few years back, I never thought I was an "RV person" either!