If it’s your company’s first time renting RVs for clients or employees, there is a bit of a learning curve. Life in a hotel offers many of the same amenities as a private residence without much effort, but living in an RV requires a little knowledge and action. After providing RVs to companies nationwide, we’ve compiled a list of the top things companies need to know when renting an RV, especially for the first time.
Yes, temporary housing doesn’t usually last too long, but that doesn’t mean that a family of four wants to be crammed into a two-person travel trailer the whole time either. You must make sure that the RV you are renting can comfortably accommodate the number of people you intend to stay there. The easiest way to judge this is by bed space…is there a bed for every person who will be living in the RV? If the answer is yes, you’re good to go. If it’s no, you may want to level up to the next size. Nothing will make an RV experience miserable like trying to fit a large family into an RV that is too small. (more…)