If you own your RV and are storing it much of the year, renting out your RV can bring additional income in lieu of storage fees. Even renting out your RV a few times a year can bring in some "fun money" for your next RV trip.
Plenty of people love the RV camping experience but it's not feasible for them to own one. So with an RV rental, these people still get to have their RV travel experience without the bigger commitment.
But seasoned RV travelers aren't the only kinds of people seeking to rent. More recently, first-timers have shown interest in droves to try out this method of travel, given how it's a fantastic way to vacation while social distancing. It's especially popular with music fans.
Needless to say, it's a particularly big market right now and a great way to earn some extra cash while also growing the RV community.
No matter whether you're Class A, Class B, Class C, or even a travel trailer, any type of RV appeals to different potential renters. Depending on the size of your vehicle, many owners make tens of thousands of dollars a year.
How much money you make on the RV rental marketplace depends on several factors, such as:
-Quality/Age of Motorhome (luxury motorhomes of course earn more)
-Location of RV
-Quality of Reviews