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Does anyone know of anywhere decent to hire an RV from, we will want to take it to europe in July so no restrictions on where you can drive and how long you can take it for.

Don't need a massive winnebago affiar, just enought for two people.

Cheers

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DHA,

Copied from 5th Gear site..

A Swindon-based firm is offering the chance to rent a luxury motorhome plus the latest Caterham Roadsport 175 on a trailer as the perfect package for a weekend’s driving.

The motorhome and Caterham package from A Class Motorhome Rentals costs from £650 for a three-day weekend, with customers also having the option to hire the Caterham on its own for £150 a day.

For further information or to book contact A Class Motorhomes on 01793 877263.

Bonus is having a caterham with you for hooning around the mountain passes....

Not sure where you are in the country, but you could also try Greentree Caravans. Neil the owner is a petrolhead too...

Hire Me At Greentrees Adventure Store - Fantastic Caravan & Camping Adventure Store

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Does anyone know of anywhere decent to hire an RV from, we will want to take it to europe in July so no restrictions on where you can drive and how long you can take it for.

Don't need a massive winnebago affiar, just enought for two people.

Cheers

:grin: well for proper nuts how about one of these? :roflmao:

or slightly cooler (and probably nicer to drive) here +++

bit more luxury and would be great for 2 people - here

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Wouldn't it be better to hire a decent car (or take your own) and then B&B around?

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How about renting one in mainland Europe so that you get a left-hooker rather than driving RHD.

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Wouldn't it be better to hire a decent car (or take your own) and then B&B around?

The event we wish to follow means very few hotels etc are free, which is a bit of a pain.

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You plan on following Le Tour !

Hope you plan on checking a Col.

Col du Tourmalet on next years route then..

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Yep, aiming to follow through the Pyranees at least +++

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