Campervans USA for American RV campervan & motorhome hire
Campervans USA for American RV campervan & motorhome hire
Campervans USA for American RV campervan & motorhome hire

To find out how much it costs to hire a campervan in USA fill in the boxes.

To find out how much it costs to hire a campervan in USA fill in the boxes.

Campervan RV rental in America

Plan your holiday in America with our itinerary planner

Visit the USA in an RV and experience the beaches of Florida, the vastness of the Grand Canyon and the magic of San Francisco.

The national parks are run by the National Park Service and include parks in all the main states from Alaska to California to New York State.   You can pre-book campsites in the park for your rv.

The most popular are Denali, Grand Canyon, Mesa Verde, Mount Rushmore, Niagra Falls, Great Smoky Mountains, Yellowstone and Yosemite.

Pick up a camper in one of America's main cities and leave your vehicle in another.

One way hires are available but book early as these are subject to availability.  There is a charge for a one-way drop off but it can save time. You can see from our online booking engine where you can pick up and drop off. 

Visit Canada – there is usually no extra charge to take you camper across the border but it must be returned to the USA.

Mountains.  There are three major mountain ranges in America: the Appalachians; the Rockies and the Sierra Nevada.

The Great Lakes are made up of Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.

Entry into USA
You must have a valid passport to travel to the USA.  The visa waiver program (ESTA)allows stays up to 90 days. Please check before you arrive into the USA that you have the correct entry permits.

Travel by the "Interstate" highways or motorhomes to connect between the major cities.  They are labelled with one or two digit numbers. The odd numbered roads run north to south and the even east to west.
Most interstate highways are toll free but "Turnpike" roads and the "Thruway" through New York city do charge a fee.  Most speed limits are between 65 and 75 mph (105 to 120km/h)  But this does vary between States.
High-occupancy use lanes are clearly marked and are for vehicles with two or more passengers. There is a time limit on these lanes that is usually at peak traffic flow hours.
The US Highway system is made up of freeways and single lane roads.  You will often find them running parallel to the Interstate roads but are slower roads with traffic lights and pedestrian access.
Drive on the right hand side of the road in the USA.

The American highway rainbow
While the states establish their own traffic laws, and are each responsible for the maintenance and signage along their roads, the federal government does provide certain standards for highway signage and markings. This means signage will be very consistent from state-to-state, with minor (sometimes regional) variations.

In particular, the color and design of highway signage is very well standardized. Here are the common sign colors you'll encounter along America's highways:


STOP and YIELD signs


Construction and detours


Cautionary warnings


Directional and navigational signs


Informational signs (services and attractions)


Historical and recreational signs


Rules of the road (speed limits, turn lanes, etc.)

A summary of driving rules can be found at



Seat belts: These are compulsory for driver and all passengers.

School buses:  You must stop for any school bus that has its lights flashing in both directions. It is illegal to pass the bus in either direction. Penalties for not complying are severe.

Intersections. Where there is a stop sign – a 4 way stop. You must proceed in the order that each has entered the intersection and give way to those on the right if you both arrived at the same time.

Drinking and driving: severe penalties incur if you drink and drive. Don't have any open bottles in the car as these can also get you fined.

You are advised to stay on campsites but please check with the locals and they can advise alternatives as there are many free camping areas. is part of    Privacy Policy
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