With campervan hire in Perth, you can see the best of the west as you’d like, not having to worry about where you’re going to find the next roof over your head or decoding any confusing public transportation timetables. There are plenty of suitable spots to stay, so you’ll never be too far from a place to park your vehicle.
Best deals average rental price for Campervan Hire
TRAVELLERS AUTOBARN STATION WAGON – 3 BERTH- $25.00 per day
AS EUROCAMPER CAMPERVAN – 4 BERTH – $39.00 per day
MIGHTY DOUBLE DOWN CAMPERVAN – 4 BERTH- $49.00 per day
CAMPERMAN JULIETTE HIGHTOP CAMPERVAN – 5 BERTH- $59.00 per day
GC POP TOP CAMPERVAN – 3 BERTH- $60.00 per day
AS MOTORHOME – 4 BERTH WITH TOILET & SHOWER- $69.00 per day
BRITZ DISCOVERY CAMPERVAN – 4 BERTH- $79.00 per day
MAUI PLATINUM RIVER MOTORHOME – 6 BERTH – $99.00 per day
SR CONQUEST LARGE MOTORHOME – 2 BERTH – $188.00 per day
SR CONQUEST MOTORHOME – 6 BERTH- $206.00 per day
Money is one of the key determining factors in any holiday. The more you are able to splurge on a campervan, the better the vehicle you can hire. Typically, bedding, internal amenities and the overall quality of the vehicle improves as you spend more.
4WD Vs 2WD
4WD campervans are far more expensive than 2WD and come with special rules and restrictions when hired.
Before settling on any campervan, it is highly recommended that you read the company’s rental contract. This document outlines everything you need to know about the campervan, your responsibilities as the renter and the services the company will provide to you.
- Bedding such as; pillows, sheets, doonas or sleeping bags and bath towels, are often not provided with less expensive rental companies.
- Outdoor furniture and accessories such as tables, chairs, awnings, and roof racks are also often not included with inexpensive rental companies.
Insurance for your campervan
Insurance tends to be the biggest deciding factor when hiring a campervan. This insurance operates similarly to 3rd Party Insurance, where you are covered if you are hit by someone else but you will incur a very high, non-negotiable excess if you are the cause of the accident.
What to do if you break down?
If you happen to break down, the first thing you should do is contact the rental provider and explain the situation. Electrical and mechanical faults of the vehicle are typically covered for free by roadside assistance, while broken windscreens, punctured tires and flat batteries come at an extra cost.
Returning the Vehicle
The first thing to do is check what your rental agreement says. It may contain a specific place or time you need to have the vehicle returned to. Other aspects to check for include:
- Whether it needs to be returned with a full tank of petrol
- If any internal or external cleaning needs to be done
- If there is a remote drop-off fee