Canoe wrote:... SLC and drove over in a 30 footer. It was the only size left on August 10th, 2010. There were three available in the morning, and only one in the afternoon, but five still available down in Vegas. They said the small sizes sell out first. I had it a day short of two weeks, 1200 miles ($384) with $0.32 per extra mile: $3433.49 with tax. Plus gas...
nilasnake wrote:but it is nice to have concrete figures for those that had NO clue what possible costs were, particularly useful for travelers from afar or birgins.
_PlayaReeves_ wrote:@Canoe- We definitely paid less for the same RV last year, and I think even less in '11, so this company (I'd assume others as well) are letting their rates creep upwards. They were sold-out long in advance so I guess they can get away with it.
DrYes wrote:_PlayaReeves_ wrote:@Canoe- We definitely paid less for the same RV last year, and I think even less in '11, so this company (I'd assume others as well) are letting their rates creep upwards. They were sold-out long in advance so I guess they can get away with it.
Yeah, the place we rent from jacked the prices up by almost $1000 for the week this year. Seriously looking into a hexayurt for next year.
trilobyte wrote:@_PR_ that's how I read your initial post, but with that and a couple replies it looked like there was a potential for it to turn into something like that.
_PlayaReeves_ wrote:Thx CaffeineGirl. It is rented from a good location, close to The Burn. But I rented it long in advance, they just didn't have any price breaks for early booking.
Drawingablank wrote:Could probably get better rates booking it further away - but once you add in the additional gas and mileage charges it will probably even out.
I want to try a box truck. Solid walls, lots of space, and even a little natural (moving) shade. Hang a solar shower off of the outside over a simple evap pond. Great for one or two. If I were comfortable driving a big vehicle I'd have done so years ago
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