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Renting an RV in Greater Los Angeles is a growing trend as busy people look to experience the great outdoors. Go RV Rentals features motorhomes and travel trailers for rent in LA, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties and surrounding areas. RV Rental Los Angeles: See List of RV Rental Cities Served.
 
Planning a family vacation or company event? Want to visit a National Park? Do you need mobile housing during a movie shoot? Renting an RV in LA is your best choice. It's more fun than a car and hotel for sure!

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Places to Go in Your LA RV Rental

Renting an RV is much cheaper than buying one if you only go out a few times per year. People who rent an RV in LA enjoy various activities including: camping at Dockweiler State Beach RV Park, visiting the numerous State and National Parks located nearby and partaking in the annual FYF Music Festival, tailgating at Rams or Chargers football games and going on summer vacation to the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Yellowstone, New Mexico or Colorado.

According to TripAdvisor: the Top LA Parks are: Griffith Park, Runyon Canyon Park, and Lake Hollywood Park; the Top LA Beaches are: Santa Monica Bay, Venice Beach, and Will Rogers State Beach; the Top LA Museums are: The Getty Center, The Nethercutt Collections, and Peterson Automotive Museum; the Top LA Outdoor Activities are: Bikes and Hikes LA, Aloha Brothers Surf Lessons, and Santa Monica Bay; and finally the Top LA Amusement Park is Universal Studios.

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Which RV Rental is the Perfect Choice?

You have to decide what you want to do. You can either drive the motorhome (Class A , Class B or Class C motorhome) or pull the camper with an automobile/pickup truck (various types of travel trailers, including pop-ups, toy haulers and fifth wheels). Do you have a tow vehicle? If not then a motorhome makes sense.

RV rentals at Beach in Los AngelesGo Where You Want, When You Want, How You Want Comfortably in an RV Rental

RVing is the best way to explore the great outdoors and visit interesting places. Be it a long road trip or week-end get-a-away RVing allows you to make life-long memories with family and friends. You can go where you want without getting stuck in lines at the airport or being confined to a hotel room. Whether it’s a destination location or wilderness campground you can decide where to go and take it at your own pace. How relaxing is that? With short notice you can take-off on your road trip and not have to worry about a set itinerary….unless you want one. The RV rental with its amenities will be your home away from home. You can bring your favorite items, like food, drinks, DVDs, and shampoo. You may even be able to bring your pet (check with the dealer on their pet policy) and avoid kennel fees. Life is good!

A Few Questions Often Asked about RV Rental

Special Driver’s License Required?

Travel trailers and motorhomes rentals are usually below the weight and/or length limit required for a commercial driver’s license, in this case no special driver’s license is required.
Difficult to Drive?

You see all of those people driving down the road in an RV. If they can do it, you can too! Of course, you will need to understand and follow the safety standards for the vehicle.

Difficult to Operate?

Not really but as with many new things there is a slight learning curve. Your dealer may give you an orientation on the operation of the various systems of the RV.

Fuel Mileage Expected?

The average motorhome gets 7 - 11 miles per gallon (MPG) which is not that much different than the 8 - 13 MPG towing the average travel trailer. Driving speed, wind, and terrain will impact your MPG. For the best MPG, drive slower and avoid quick starts. Wind and hills may lower MPG.

Insurance Required?

Dealers almost always require proof insurance on the rental. In some cases this may be obtained through your auto carrier. Alternatively, you may need to buy insurance from a third party carrier often available through the dealer. Some rental platforms include insurance as part of the overall sales price.

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Los Angeles, officially known as the City of Los Angeles and often known by its initials L.A., is the cultural, financial, and commercial center of Southern CA. With an estimated 2016 population of 4 million it is the second most populated city in the USA and the most populated city in California. Located in a large coastal basin surrounded on three sides by mountains reaching up to and over 10,000, LA covers an area of about 469 square miles. (Source: Wikipedia) This is a beautiful place to Go RV Rentals.

Nicknamed the "City of Angels" in part because of how its name translates from the Spanish, Los Angeles is known for its Mediterranean climate, ethnic diversity, and sprawling metropolis. The city is also one of the most substantial economic engines within the USA, with a diverse economy in a broad range of professional and cultural fields. Los Angeles is also famous as the home of Hollywood, a major center of the world entertainment industry. (Source: Wikipedia)

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