With a 350% increase in RV bookings, road trips are poised for a continued surge this fall.
SAN FRANCISCO – VacationRenter, a company that aggregates the best rentals from top sites to help travelers find the perfect place to stay, and RVshare, the first and largest peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace, announced a partnership to make finding the perfect RV for your next road trip easier than ever. With more than 100,000 vehicles available, RVshare’s diverse inventory ranges from affordable travel trailers to luxury motorhomes that can accommodate any outdoor adventure. With thousands of satisfied customers and a broad inventory that includes pet-friendly rentals, RVshare has the perfect RV for any vacation, road trip or temporary lodging needs.
“RV travel has had an unprecedented year,” said Jon Gray, CEO of RVshare. “Due to the pandemic, travelers have turned towards RV rentals for road trips and camping staycations. With nearly 70% of travelers considering an RV trip in the next three months, partnering with VacationRenter will help us continue to achieve our mission of making RV rentals more accessible and a preferred method of travel when considering visiting a national park or camping with friends and family.”
VacationRenter has already helped tens of millions of travelers find their perfect rentals through the use of automation and AI technology. The partnership with RVshare allows the site to further expand its inventory and ensure travelers have all the best options available to them.
“We’re seeing strong booking trends showing that RV rentals are up over 350%,” said Marco del Rosario, Chief Operating Officer of VacationRenter. “We’re thrilled to partner with RVshare to continue to add incredible RVs to our site and make finding the perfect rental easier than ever.”
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