Rent and Roll
If you're planning to rent an RV to vacation this summer, you'll want to make sure you select the correct type of living space on wheels for your plans, as well as the best features to suit your needs. Maybe you're going big with a Class C or even Class A motorhome. Or perhaps you'll be towing a travel trailer or a fifth wheel, or need a specialty RV such as a fold-down or an expandable. No matter the case, the features you choose will go a long way in determining the experience you have. Here's some expert advice on the must-haves and extras you won't want to go without, the features you'd probably be better off avoiding, and a few tips for nailing the RV-renting process like a pro.
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