Las Vegas Camper Van Rental With Kitchen, Fridge, Solar Panel: Booking Announced

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VegasCampers, a travel and leisure company in Las Vegas, recently expanded its camper van rental options for the spring and summer.

As part of the expansion, VegasCampers is providing its customers with access to nine fully-converted camper vans complete with all the amenities needed for extended stays on the road or in the wilderness. The vans are ideal for trips to national parks like Zion, the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Death Valley, and Joshua Tree.

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VegasCampers’ fleet consists of converted Ram Promaster City cargo vans outfitted by Cascades Campers, an industry leader in camper van conversions. According to the company, the vehicle was chosen for its fuel efficiency and compact size, which allows it to go to places inaccessible to larger vehicles.

On the inside of the vans, customers get access to a variety of useful features. The vans are equipped with stoves, sinks, fridges, coffee makers, cookware, dishes, and cutlery. They also come with a bed, blankets, pillows, and sleeping bags. To charge devices, the vans also include a solar panel with built-in USB ports and power outlets.

Outside of the vans, there are a few additional features that customers can make use of. The vans come with a shower that dispenses boiled water, which can be rigged up outside the van for washing. The vans also have retractable awnings to provide shade on bright and hot days. Customers also have plenty of room to store things thanks to the vans’ many bins and outdoor racks.

“Living in a camper van rental from VegasCampers can be a thrilling and liberating experience,” said a spokesperson for the company. “It allows you to explore stunning landscapes, create lifelong memories, and connect with like-minded adventurers. With our vans, you’re well-equipped to conquer the open road and embrace the freedom of nomadic living.”

Customers can reserve their camper van by visiting the VegasCampers website. Drivers must be 25 years of age or older, complete a driver’s license verification process, and pass the pre-trip safety training.

The pre-trip safety training consists of a few short videos and a quiz that drivers must complete online before picking up their vans. It covers everything drivers are responsible for, including key pick-up, access, driving, electronics, bedding, temperature control, the kitchen and stove, charges, and checkout.

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