Have you ever found yourself needing someplace to stay for an extended period of time? And if so, have you ever considered that an RV could be that place? Long-term RV rentals are an option for those looking for a temporary place to rest their head at night.
Whether you’re off on a summer-long adventure or your worksite is just a bit too far from home, a temporary housing RV rental could be just the solution for you. Keep reading to learn more about long-term RV rentals and how you can find one today.
Common Types of Long-Term RV Rentals
There are two common types of long-term RV rentals available — temporary housing and business use. Keep reading to learn a bit more about each type.
RVs for Temporary Housing Use
Individuals and families often need RVs for temporary housing. Waiting for home construction or remodeling, while "tenting" a home, for attending special events involving shared housing, or for use during one way household moving. What better way to take the drudgery out of household moving than to stay overnight in full amenity campgrounds rather than bleak motels?
RVs for Business Use
In everyday business operations, companies and organizations often use RVs for multiple reasons, such as:
- Off-site mobile offices at construction sites
- Christmas tree lots
- Company gatherings
- Field survey teams
- Crews accompanying over the road shipments of sensitive materials
- Musical and theatrical groups
- Event staff
- Promoters at remote venues
- Exhibiting at trade shows
And think of business travelers, whether in groups attending a nearby convention or the salesperson making calls on the road, hauling inventory. They love the convenience and economy of traveling by RV. Why hassle with airport parking and waiting in line for a flight that's late, when you and your colleagues can take an RV to the meeting and actually discuss business on the way?
The need for long-term RV rentals in commercial applications is endless.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I pick up my long-term RV rental?
Cruise America has pick-up and drop-off locations across the U.S. Once you’ve requested your long-term RV rental, you can pick up your rental at the nearest location available. After your long-term RV lease is up, you’ll simply find a nearby drop-off location and return the RV.
What if I have a pet living with me?
Pets are welcome aboard Cruise America long-term RV rentals. However, you’ll need to ensure that the location you’ll be parking your RV is pet-friendly and follow any pet safety rules posted at the site.
Do I need RV insurance to operate a long-term RV rental?
This will depend on where you rent your RV from. Many rental locations offer some form of coverage in your rental agreement, so you’ll want to speak with a specialist about the level of insurance needed and if it is included in your weekly or monthly rental cost.
What happens if the RV is damaged during the extended rental period?
Depending on the level of insurance provided in your rental plan, some damage may be covered. However, if there is extensive damage, you may be liable for coverage. Your rental location will inspect the damage and determine whether it is covered by insurance or discuss further repair payment.
Find Your Long-Term Rental With Cruise America
Companies and organizations often have needs for temporary mobile housing units after a natural disaster or for other reasons. Often, a large number of mobile housing units are needed in a hurry. Cruise America, with a company-owned fleet of 4,000 rental RVs, is your "go-to" supplier for these emergency mobile housing needs.
We can make more rental RVs available in more areas of North America than any other legitimate RV rental company. And, we understand commercial applications are totally different than renting an RV for leisure use. Cruise America is your real source for temporary mobile housing.
A separate Commercial Rental desk has been established to cater to your special requirements. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about our long-term RV rentals.