Tips to Hiring Your Very First Campervan

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Are you planning on hiring a campervan on your next road trip? Campervan hire is an amazing opportunity to hit the open road and travel from one city to another. You are not confined to a strict itinerary, and you can go anywhere as you please at your own schedule.

If you've never hired a campervan before, there may be some things that you need to consider. Here are some tips before you choose to hire a campervan for your open road adventure:

1. Check the Features

How many beds do you need? Are you travelling as a couple, on your own, or as a family? The features of a campervan must meet your needs, otherwise, it will be a complete inconvenience if you plan on parking at a National Park with no toilet and your campervan doesn't have a lavatory.

2. Check the Inclusions

A typical campervan hire will include the following: linens and bedding, towels, kitchen utensils, pots and pans, as well as drinking glasses, and other kitchen tools. If you're travelling with a child, check if you can include a child car seat. If you plan on eating outside, consider if you can add folding tables and chairs to your inclusions.

3. Check the Travel Insurance

You should hire a campervan that offers travel insurance. Even when you think you'll be extra careful on the road, accidents happen. And if you don't have travel insurance, a campervan breaking down, or your family member encountering a travel mishap may require you to dig into your savings to cover the costs. Companies like Yescapa offer travel insurance and flexible cancellation terms that provide you peace of mind and protection.

When you hire a campervan from an agent, you have to make sure that you receive a full briefing on every aspect of the campervan. This includes the basics of how to drive the vehicle, campsite rules, as well as how to refuel, proper waste disposal, as well as how to use a dumping station.

A campervan is an adventure of a lifetime you shouldn't miss – perfect for exploring the great outdoors on your own, with a loved one, or as a family. Happy travels!

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