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Hire an RV in the USA

When it comes to exploring the vast landscapes and diverse destinations of the United States, few travel experiences can match the freedom and adventure of RV travel. Whether you’re planning a family holiday, a couple’s getaway, or an outdoor adventure with friends, RV hire in the USA provides an ideal option for experiencing the country’s natural wonders, iconic landmarks, and hidden gems. Start your journey from our roadsurfer station in Los Angeles, and for all one-way rentals, choose between a drop-off location in Las Vegas or San Francisco!

roadsurfer RV Rental Fleet in the USA

The following roadsurfer models are available for your road trip in the USA:

Exclusive in Los Angeles
  • 4
  • 2+1

Couple Condo Motorhome without a pop-up roof (642)

  • 280 PS Petrol
  • Spacious kitchenette
  • Extra large wet room (hot water)
  • WC
  • without pop-up roof
  • Stand-alone air conditioner, solar panel and much more
Exclusive in Los Angeles Roadsurfer US campervan Road House XL with pop up roof open from the side
  • 4
  • 4

Road House XL Motorhome with pop-up roof (642)

  • 280 PS Petrol
  • Spacious kitchenette
  • Indoor shower/wet room (warm)
  • WC
  • Manual pop-up roof
  • Stand-alone air conditioner, solar panel and much more

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One-way rentals from Los Angeles are now bookable!

Pick up your RV in Los Angeles and experience the best of the West Coast! With our new one-way booking option, you can now return your roadsurfer rental to San Francisco or Las Vegas!

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Your roadsurfer advantages

Unlimited mileage

Free 2nd driver included

Rebook or cancel with the Flex option up to 48 hours before departure

Roadside assistance

Free camping equipment and kitchen utensils included

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Your Road Trip in the USA

Whether you’re cruising along the scenic Pacific Coast Highway, exploring the awe-inspiring national parks, or immersing yourself in the vibrant city life, rent an RV in California and discover the state’s top attractions. With your home on wheels, you’ll have the freedom to set your own pace, explore hidden gems, and create unforgettable memories as you navigate through stunning coastal vistas, charming towns, world-class wineries, and iconic landmarks. Get ready to embark on an unforgettable road trip that combines the joys of the open road with the beauty and diversity that USA has to offer.

Driving Rules in the USA

Driving in the USA offers a unique and exciting experience and a fantastic way to explore the country. However, it’s important to familiarise yourself with some key aspects of driving in the USA before you set off on your journey:

  • If you plan to drive in the USA, you must have a valid driver’s license. International visitors may be able to use their home country’s driver’s license for a limited period, but it’s advisable to obtain an International Driving Permit (IDP) as well. Some states may require an IDP, so check the specific requirements for the states you plan to visit.
  • In the USA, overtaking is allowed in both the left and right lanes.
  • The intersection is a 4-way stop (also known as an all-way stop) is indicated by stop signs in all four directions. Here the rule is: first come, first served. If the order is not clear, it is regulated by a hand signal.
  • Unless there is a “no right on red” sign, it is allowed to turn right at a red light after stopping and ensuring that you are not obstructing anyone.
  • School buses must not be overtaken when stopping to let pupils on or off. This also applies to the opposite lane. Pay attention to the hazard lights and the stop sign on the bus to avoid heavy fines.
  • Traffic laws and regulations may vary slightly from state to state, but there are common rules that apply throughout the country.

Camping in the USA

Camping in the USA offers a vast array of scenic locations, from national parks and forests to coastal campsites and remote wilderness areas, providing nature enthusiasts with endless opportunities to immerse themselves in the great outdoors.

  • State Campgrounds – are a little cheaper, usually spacious, often with table seating and a private fireplace. The sanitary facilities are not always included, but there is usually cold tap water and toilets.
  • Private Campsites – usually with electricity and water (Full Hook-Up) as well as internet access but they are a more expensive than state campgrounds. Insider tip: the campsites in national and state parks are beautiful and usually have sanitary facilities. Because of their special locations, these campgrounds are very popular, especially in the high season, so you will need to book months in advance.
  • Wild Camping – allows you to save a lot of money and spend the night in very special places in the middle of nature. In some states wild camping is illegal and only possible with a camping permit so its best to check your travel destination in advance.

Popular Events in the USA

Immerse yourself in American culture by attending special events during your RV trip. Here’s an annual overview of the most popular events and celebrations:

Sundance Film Festival (January): the largest independent film festival in the United States is held in Park City, Utah.

Mardi Gras (February): Mardi Gras is a lively carnival held in New Orleans, Louisiana, which attracts over a million visitors each year.

Coachella (April): The famous Indio music festival in California’s Coachella Valley draws music fans from around the world each year.

Independence Day (July): On the 4th of July, America celebrates this bank holidays with parades and large-scale fireworks. Special festivities and barbecues are held in many places.

Burning Man (August/September): For this festival, a temporary town is built each year in the Black Rock Desert in northern Nevada. The festival is known worldwide for its original costumes, its culture of giving (from French toast to poems) and its unique art.

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