Be a Pro RV Traveler in Your RV Rental

Be a Pro RV Traveler in Your RV Rental

It’s easy to be a pro RV traveler even when it’s your first time in our RVs! Oftentimes, people experience intimidation about renting a recreational vehicle. They have so many questions in their minds. 

  • What type of RV should I rent? 
  • What do I bring? 
  • How do I avoid running into poles, posts, and cars?

Luckily, our RV experts are here to help. When you want to travel like a pro, it just takes a little research. Here, we have some of the most commonly needed info for first-timers. 

How to Find the Right RV for You

Before you head out, you have to rent an RV. When you’re new to the RV life, it feels like a huge step. However, with TX RV Adventures, you have access to the largest fleet of rentals in Texas. 

As such, you have plenty of options available to try out. Here are a few things to consider as you decide on a rental. 

  • How big is your group?
  • Where do you want to go? 
  • How long is your trip?
  • When do you plan to go?

When you consider these questions, you take a step towards becoming a pro RV traveler. Are you traveling with a partner? It’s easy to find a small yet comfortable RV rental. 

Is your family traveling with you? Maybe a large group? Consider a larger rig so you have more space. If you want to spend more time in the great outdoors, look for a motorhome with a generator. 

Equipment: What Does a Pro RV Traveler Pack?

Once you lock down your RV, it’s time to prepare for the trip. As you pack, it’s important to understand what to bring. When you rent an RV, it typically comes with some amenities. Be sure to check what they include. 

In some cases, RVs come fully loaded with cookware, towels, and the typical things people need. When that’s the case, focus on your destination and pack the essentials. 

When you arrive at your destination and realize you forgot something, it’s a massive bummer. Try to make a list of everything you need and keep it handy as you pack. 

Map Out Your Path

Any pro RV traveler knows how important your path is. Oftentimes, mapping out your trip becomes frustrating. That’s why it’s important to get it out of the way. Luckily, there are plenty of tools available to help you plot a safe route. 

Start with your destination and how long you want to be on the road each day. Next, map out some good destinations and find places to stay along the way. Once you establish a few reservations, you avoid the hassle of finding last-minute lodging. 

Find Places to Stay

Aside from driving, your lodging is the biggest aspect of your trip. It’s important to understand the amenities you have access to at every stop. Do you need full hook-ups? 

Would you prefer a little boondocking? Whether you stay in RV resorts or more barebones RV campsites, there are plenty of options across Texas. 

As you choose your destinations, be sure to clarify some essential information. 

  • How big is the site? 
  • Are the lots pull-through or back-in? 
  • What hook-ups do they have?
  • Will the rental fit?

When you plan for these questions, it makes decisions easier. Moreover, it helps you avoid surprises. 

Mental Prep for Breakdowns

Even the best pro RV traveler experiences a breakdown. Hopefully, nothing happens on your trip. However, RVs are vehicles, and things happen. Luckily, our RVs come with 24-hour roadside assistance. If you face any issues on the road, trust that we have your back. 

Hygiene and Maintenance for an RV Traveler

Dumping out wastewater is no one’s favorite aspect of RV life. Yet, it’s essential. Oftentimes, newcomers feel confused about the process. 

When you have questions, our team is happy to answer. Let us guide you through the process step by step. 

Additionally, there’s some etiquette to keep in mind. Pro RV travelers don’t just dump tanks anywhere and everywhere. As you look at the hook-ups of RV parks, they list whether there’s septic available. 

Generally, there’s a dump station somewhere on the site for guests to use. Moreover, there are some public RV dump stations throughout the US. You simply drive in, dump, and leave. 

However, these are not campgrounds to hang around. Similarly, some gas stations have dump stations for use. In some cases, they charge a fee. 

Lastly, it’s important to pick up after yourself. Whether you stay out in the wilds or at an RV resort, clean up any trash and litter. Be sure all fires are extinguished and cold. 

Try to leave the world a little better than when you found it!

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