When booking your RV or camper, you select your preferred city for pickup and drop-off. This can be the same city and rental location, which makes your quotation a roundtrip. You can also select a different city for drop-off, which makes your quotation a one way RV rental. A one way is possible with most of our RV suppliers in the United States. However, a one way quotation always needs approval from your selected RV supplier. After you request your one way quotation on our website, Worldwide Campers contacts the RV supplier for approval and will let you know by email if your request is accepted.
One way fee
One way RV rental is often possible but comes with a surcharge. This is because of the logistical issue that you drop off a vehicle at another location, which means that the amount of vehicles changes daily per location. The surcharge, referred to as a one way fee in your quotation, will be between $200,- en $750,-. The exact amount depends on the distance between your pickup and drop-off location. The exact costs are mentioned in the optional items in step 2 of making your quotation. If you have any questions about the one way fee, please contact our customer service team.
One way RV rental is a popular choice among our customers. Especially if you want to make a road trip crossing multiple US states it can be convenient not to have to return to your original starting point. Many of our US suppliers have specials where you can save money on the one way fee. 50% off on your one way fee or a totally waived one way fee can save you up to hundreds of dollars in your rental rate. You can check our specials for discounts on the rental rate and surcharges.
One way RV rental quote
Do keep in mind that a relevant special or discount is not yet subtracted in your quotation. As soon as our customer service team receives your quotation, they will subtract the discount and send you the accurate pricing per email. Do you have any question in regards to one ways and one way fee? Feel free to contact our customer service team.