There are those who prefer RV rentals in Las Vegas over the traditional hotel/casino experience. This variety of traveler usually likes to station their Cruise America class C motorhome at a quiet, serene RV park, and then take the shuttle to the strip or downtown, where they can play in all the noise and goings on until they are ready to get back to the quiet tranquility of their motorhome. For all of you RV renting visitors to Sin City, we have some valuable gambling tips:
Tip 1: If you start on your motorhome journey without making sure that your tires are properly inflated and that you have a spare that is properly inflated as well, that is a gamble.
Tip 2: If you don’t take a map along, or a GPS system, especially when you aren’t familiar with the route you’re taking, that is certainly a gamble.
Tip 3: If you don’t take some means of communication (such as a cell phone) in case you have a medical emergency or you are involved in, or come across, a bad accident, that is truly a gamble.
Tip 4: If you don’t take an adequate supply of drinking water with you, especially if you are crossing desert lands, then you are gambling big time. You must have a plan of action in the event of a breakdown or accident.
Tip 5: If you don’t take time to figure out the mileage for your trip, and plan the proper gasoline stops to assure you have adequate fuel to reach your destination, you are an absolute gambler.
These are just a few of many gambling tips we can provide you with, and we strongly advise that you not gamble on any of them. These tips not only apply with RV rentals in Las Vegas, but for all across the nation as well. While Cruise America goes to great lengths to assure that your motorhome is in excellent condition and well maintained, travelers still must have a contingency plan in the event of a flat tire, breakdown or accident.
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