Campervan Hire | VW Campervan rental advice

Campervan Hire | VW Campervan rental advice

#campervanhire is an a great way to get your first taste of a #vwcamper – and a step that leads many to buying one! Even though modern Volkswagen campers are very easy to drive, this video contains advice from a well-established hire company that will help you enjoy your your first experience of #campervanrental.

If renting does whet your appetite – there’s even more detail on converting and buying VW campers – plus guides to all the Transporter models and their campers in the book of the channel – “VW Campers for Beginners”. Check out print and e-book versions on AMAZON – https://bit.ly/vwcampersforbeginners

But in this video, Dave Park from Bodans Campervans in Shrewsbury (UK) focuses on hiring – covering everything from campervan insurance to the deposit you’ll need to leave. While modern campervans are easy to drive, their size – in particular their height – can take some getting used to, so Dave shares advice on parking and speed limits as well as where you’re allowed to go in your rented camper. There’s also advice on operating those unique camper accessories including a pop top roof and the electric hook up, to help you stay safe and secure and enjoy your taste of the great vw camper experience.

5 Comments

  1. Learn this..... on August 29, 2023 at 8:07 pm

    Thanks for uploading, you answered all my questions and I have sent Sedans a message to hire one for August next year­čĹŹ I have a dog and travelling to Spain so hopefully the van wonÔÇÖt be one the worst of the fleet­čśé

  2. spandley on August 29, 2023 at 8:14 pm

    Different hobs from gas, diesel or electric ­čĹŹ

  3. Tri Drummond on August 29, 2023 at 8:34 pm

    Hi, is it very clear and understandable for me what to watch when hiring a campervan. Thank you

  4. William Adkins on August 29, 2023 at 8:36 pm

    Can Americans rent?

  5. Matthew French on August 29, 2023 at 8:36 pm

    What if your 19 with no claims and In a low risk job such as a police officer? Would that still be a no for hiring ?

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