Insurance through the company i am looking at is very expensive (as always with car rental companies), so usually when i rent a car I would have my third party car rental insurance policy that would cover me for the insurance and i would select "no insurance" with my rental company. This usually is about a third the price of their policy.
However looking at rental campervans, it seems that rental insurance companies only ever cover the "excess" of what the rental company would charge you. It seems pretty pointless to me. Does anyone know of any rental insurance companies that offer full rental insurance for campervans in the USA?
this is the company i plan to rent my campervan from with the minimum insurance option:
and here is an example of a car rental insurance company that only covers the "excess" for campervans
Ok, So me and a couple of my college buddies are planning to drive North during winter break from the 16th to about the 22nd of December. Options are going East or North from Portland, Oregon, where we live. Besides that, not really any parameters. Would most likely prefer a loop rather than a single in-out route. Probably will hit Seattle on the way up, and we know snow may be an issue. Not really sure what we are gonna do, but we are crazy young people so....
I'll be going on a road trip next week to San Diego. We've got some stops planned throughout CO, UT, and AR and will be road tripping and camping our way to the coast. I've got a list of some meals but was hoping to mix it up, so I thought I'd ask my favorite group of strangers. Any tips for tasty, and easy roadtrip/camping meals?