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At Guaranty, we love RVing! We know we’re lucky—we get to spend all day every day thinking about RVs, researching the best makes and models, learning about great road trips and campgrounds, and generally keeping up on the latest RV-related trends, news and lifestyle tips. Best yet, our team of RV-enthusiast bloggers get to share all of that with you! If you’re curious about the latest and greatest in RVs and RVing, we invite you to visit the Guaranty Blog. Be sure to check back with us regularly for updates.

Rent an RV for Your Next Vacation

Here at Guaranty RV, we regularly meet people who are interested in exploring the RV lifestyle, but aren’t quite ready to jump in full time with an RV purchase. We also meet folks who own a smaller RV, but wish they had more room to bring a crew of their favorite people… or visa versa, couples who own the family size RV, but would like something smaller to take a romantic trip for two. All of these are times when renting an RV might be the right solution. Whether you’re looking to be gone for two weeks, or you’d like a special day of touring local wineries with your best friends, renting an RV is a brilliant option.

Why Rent an RV?

People rent RVs for a lot of different reasons; sometimes they want to try out a certain brand or model before they buy their own, or they need to make a cross-country trip and it’s just a lot nicer and more convenient to do that in an RV than in a car with hotel and restaurant stops. Not having to pack and unpack every day saves time and stress, and having your own kitchen and bathroom handy means you can always have your favorite food and toiletries easily accessible.

An RV rental vacation is an excellent choice for travelling with groups, both in terms of upping the fun factor and saving on travel costs. A top reason that parents and grandparents love travelling with the kiddos in an RV, is because this lifestyle makes it simple to keep everybody entertained on the road. Depending on which model of RV you rent, you have easy access to a dinette and a comfortable sofa, complete with seat belts, so everyone can safely participate in conversation and games along the way. And it’s easy to stop for bathroom breaks and snacks because everything is right at your fingertips. You save on hotel costs, as well as food and entertainment, so you can spend your money on having more fun.

RV vacations are also ideal for couples. If it’s just the two of you, a smaller RV like a Class B campervan can give you the amenities and flexibility you want in order to either get away to the mountains or take an urban adventure. Class B’s get great gas mileage so you can choose to spend a couple of days at the beach, and then change your mind and head to Central Oregon. It’s a wonderful way to carve out some together time without breaking the bank.

RV rentals aren’t just for the big vacation either. They’re perfect for day trips. For instance, how about a Wine Tour RV Adventure Package? Gather up your favorite people and plan a special day touring wineries in the southern and mid-Willamette Valley. With our wine tour package, you’ll get an RV and a professional driver, as well as limited door-to-door pickup and drop off. Not only that, we’ll provide custom food trays that include croissant sandwiches, fresh fruit, meats, cheese, crackers, and more. All you have to do is enjoy yourself, take in the gorgeous scenery in Oregon wine country, and taste some of the best wine in the nation.

What Will You Need to Rent an RV?

On the day of departure, you will need to arrive with a valid driver’s license. You do not need to have a special license or any training to drive an RV, although we suggest getting in good practice before you hit the road if you’re renting a large Class A. In general, if you rent a Class C motorhome or Class B campervan, it’s not that different than driving a big pickup or van. If you’re nervous about driving a motorhome or towing a travel trailer, we offer classes. Contact us at 1-888-454-9758 for availability.

You will also need a full-coverage insurance binder or endorsement on the rented RV. We’re glad to help you with this. We can contact your automobile insurance company with the required paperwork. Here at Guaranty, we can also add you as a “renter/driver” to our fleet insurance policy if your insurance company won’t fully cover the rented RV with physical damage insurance, Liability/Comp and Collision.

You will have already paid a deposit on the rented RV at the time you reserved it, and this will be applied to your rental fee. When you pick up the RV, you will also have to pay a 100%-refundable security deposit. This will be refunded to you when you return the RV rental in the same condition in which you received it.

You should expect to spend extra time at the rental lot on departure day, in order to get your one-on-one, personal orientation to familiarize you with the processes and procedures you’ll need to know to travel safely and happily in your RV.

Check out our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

How to Decide Which RV is Right for You

We offer a variety of rentals, including Class A and C motorhomes, travel trailers and Class B campervans. In general, when you’re trying to decide which model of RV makes the most sense for your vacation, there are a few things to consider.
How much room do you need? It might be tempting to rent the biggest RV available and have a King of the Highway experience. But remember that the bigger the RV, the more gas it will require and the harder it will be to manage narrow or curving highways and urban areas. Ask yourself if it might make more sense to get the size RV that best accommodates the number of people you want to travel with instead of going for the big rig.

If you’re thinking about renting a big Class A motorhome, how much experience do you have driving a vehicle that large? If you aren’t confident that your driving skills are up to it, be sure to take a driving class beforehand. Or, instead look to a Class C that can give you plenty of space for six or seven travellers, and is easier to drive.

Other considerations:
  • If you already have a tow vehicle, then a travel trailer or fifth wheel rental may be perfect for you, and can save you money on rental costs.
  • If you are two or three people travelling together, a Class B motorhome will get you the best gas mileage of any RV and the best driveability.
  • A Class C motorhome is the most family friendly model and, like the campervans, is one of the easiest RVs to drive. Look for one that has the cab-over bed and your kids will love it!
  • If you are looking for a luxurious home on wheels, be sure to explore renting a Class A motorhome. Vacationing in the lap of luxury is the best ever.

What’s Included in an RV Rental?

Every RV rental company is different, so you should be sure to find out what you’ll be getting with your rental. At Guaranty, rental RVs are equipped with the following basic items:
  • Fresh Water Hose
  • Water Pressure Regulator
  • Electrical Adapters
  • RV to Shore Cord (15 AMP, 30 AMP, 50 AMP)
  • Tire Air Pressure Gauge
  • Extra Fuses
  • Zip Ties
  • Latex Gloves
  • Shop Towel/Hand Towel
  • Broom and Dust Pan
  • Pail
  • Trash Can Liner
  • Sponge
  • Liquid Dish Soap
  • All Purpose Spray Cleaner

We also offer optional convenience kits that include kitchen items and/or bedding, and we have other equipment for rent as well, including portable generators, tailgater portable satellite systems, bike racks, etc.

Some Extra Tips

  • It might be tempting to skip the orientation session when you pick up your RV, but that’s a bad idea. Taking the extra time beforehand to get to know your RV can save you countless hours down the road if something goes wrong.
  • It’s easy to overpack an RV. Only bring what you need to have the best time. If you're not sure what to pack, ask about our extensive suggestion list. Also, check out renting your kitchen equipment and bedding to save you time and stress.
  • Look for discounts on your RV rental. At Guaranty we always offer a 10% discount for AAA members and military personnel.
  • Spend some time online before you rent an RV and read about other people’s RV rental experiences and testimonials. Here are some ideas to get you started:

Maybe you’re looking to explore the RV lifestyle, or maybe you have a particular vacation in mind. Either way, renting an RV can give you a way to get exactly the experience you’re looking for. If you’d like to learn more, contact us.

RV Travel Outside the U.S.: Visit Canada & Mexico - Part 1

As we all know, the U.S. is full of amazing RVing destinations. But one of the wonderful things about living in North America is that RVers also have two entire continents to explore from the comfort of their homes on wheels. Crossing the border to drive the highways and byways of Canada, Mexico, or on down into South America isn’t hard to do and opens up a new world of possibilities for adventures, beautiful vistas and new cultures to immerse yourself in. In this two-part blog, we’re going to look at some of the basics you should have in place before you go RVing outside the U.S., and we’re also going to take a look at some special considerations when travelling in Canada or Mexico. If you’ve been dreaming of a grand RVing adventure to one of our neighbors north or south, read on!

Basics for RVing Outside the U.S.

Whether you are thinking about pointing your RV north toward Canada or south to Mexico, there are some basic steps to take before you go that will relieve stress in crossing the borders and travelling in another country.

Passports and Travel Visas—You’ll obviously need valid passports for everyone you’re travelling with in order to travel outside the United States, and to get back in again. When travelling to Canada, you won’t need a tourist visa so long as you are staying less than 180 days; your passport will be sufficient. However, you will need a tourist card called an FMM when travelling in Mexico. Although an FMM is issued by the Instituto Nacional de Migración (INM), it is not actually a visa; it is issued solely for vacation purposes. Fortunately, the Mexican government offers two easy ways to get one. For years now, RVers have gotten their FMMs at the immigration office at the border crossing. All you have to do is fill out the card, pay for it and get it stamped. Now, however, you can fill out and pay for your tourist card online ahead of time. Then you can print it out and bring it with you. Remember though, if you purchase your FMM online, you still need to stop at the Mexican immigration office at the border to have it stamped by immigration officials.

Starting in 2017, FMMs cost $500.00 pesos—as of this writing, that’s about $24. (Note: If you are going to Baja and staying for less than seven days, you may be able to get your FMM for free. Talk to the INM official at the border.) If you are going to Baja, your FMM will be good for several border crossings, but this isn’t true for other parts of Mexico. The Federal INM Delegate in other regions of the country may require you to turn your FMM in and get an exit stamp when you leave.
As a safety precaution, it’s not a bad idea to make photocopies, or scan and email to yourself any border crossing documents you receive, so you can access them in a worst case scenario.

Trusted Traveler Programs—The U.S. government suggests that frequent travelers, and particularly those heading outside the country, should join a trusted traveler program to expedite travel for pre-approved, low risk travelers. If you would like to take advantage of dedicated lanes and kiosks that can hurry up the process of border crossings, be sure to explore the NEXUS Trusted Traveler Program for going to Canada, and SENTRI (Secure Electronic Network for Travelers Rapid Inspection) to speed things up coming back from Mexico.

Vehicle Registrations & Insurance—As well as having a valid driver’s license, you’ll need to have a valid vehicle registration in the driver’s name stating legal ownership of your RV and any tow or dinghy vehicle. In Canada, you are generally covered by your existing U.S. car insurance coverage, but before you go be sure to look at your policy or talk to your insurance agent to make sure your insurance covers your car outside the U.S. In Mexico, your U.S vehicle insurance won’t be valid, so you will have to get Mexican vehicle insurance. Contact your insurance agent to point you in the right direction—U.S. insurance companies often work with Mexican insurance providers and you may be able to add on a temporary policy with your own agent. Otherwise, search online for your best option. You’ll need to obtain valid Mexican insurance before arriving at the border.

What you can take with you and what you can bring back—It’s important to know what you can take into Mexico and Canada so that you don’t end up having issues at the border. There are a number of food items that are prohibited, as well as some kinds of pet food, plants and plant products, etc. Also there are restrictions on quantities of alcohol, tobacco and gifts. Do your research ahead of time (see the links above) and everything will go smoothly.

Likewise, there are restrictions about what you can bring back home with you. You can find comprehensive information about what is prohibited from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website. Examples of restricted items include firearms, some produce, animal products and byproducts, exotic animals, etc. You must declare all articles you acquired while in Canada or Mexico. There is an $800 exemption for gifts and personal purchases.

By doing your research ahead of time and getting any necessary paperwork in order, crossing the borders and travelling in Canada and Mexico can be a smooth, easy process. Next week we’ll look at some of the details about travelling with children and pets, what to do if your RV breaks down, and a couple extra thoughts about RVing north and south of the border.
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