We are renting an RV next May for 17 days and are just trying to get some route ideas. We are starting in Las Vegas and finishing in San Francisco and would like to visit Yellowstone National Park for sure. If any of you have any ideas, they would be greatly appreciated!
Added by Stu Matthews on July 31, 2012 at 8:52am — No Comments
Cruise America, the nation’s leader in class C motorhome sales and rentals, has now taken delivery of their 30,000th motorhome, acquired over 40 successful years. They currently have 4,000 Ford powered rental recreational vehicles operating throughout the United States and Canada.
One of the reasons for Cruise America’s…Continue
Added by Cruise America on July 27, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments
For all of our customers who have not explored the idea of taking advantage of our class C motorhome sales, you may be very surprised! If you have looked around at the price of new motorhomes, or even used motorhomes, you know that they don’t come cheap. However, at Cruise America you can find amazing discounted savings by purchasing one of our…Continue
Added by Cruise America on July 27, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
we drove about 3400 km, had fun and we are going again at the end of july back to PEI
no problems so far with the motor home, good gas milage, tested everything all working fine, no leak
so far i can say it was a good decision of buying my motor home
i have seen many Cruise Canada motor home on the road on my trip, even in Digby N-Scotia, a lady from Florida with a model 23A
Added by Philippe Frigault on July 20, 2012 at 2:33am — No Comments
Renting an RV has always been the most convenient and comfortable means to take you family vacation, and it just keeps getting better and better.\uap>Last month Cruise America was excited to announce the release of their HRV (Hovering… Continue
Added by Cruise America on July 18, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Dear Cruise America,
Please allow me to give you some background information to illustrate just how much we depended on Lacey during our …Continue
Added by Cruise America on July 12, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments
so far so good, we have travel 1500km, no problem, no leak, at 80 km/hr or 50 mph we average20.5 miles/gallon
we are going further away this week, an other 500 km to Quebec and then heading for PEI, that should be fun
as i mentionned before, i found the the spot where the water was coming in " small window at the bed bunk", we had heavy rain, nothing came in after i sealed the window from the outside with clear silicone, i sealed both sliders in place, so now that side window…Continue
Added by Philippe Frigault on July 5, 2012 at 4:00am — No Comments
In March we purchased a Cruise America RV because we'd had a fire in our home and needed a way to stay on our property while rebuilding. Unfortunately about 30 days later, there was a problem with the roof found on the 24A unit that we purchased. We were really worried we'd be out thousands of dollars at a time we could least afford to have something like that happen.
Well Let me just say Cruise America has not hesitated to make the situation 100% right and ensure we got the…
Here is another heart-felt communication from a recent customer regarding his experience with one of our representatives.
Hi, this is Muhammad A. I just rented motorhome two hours before from Cruise America. This is my first time to go out in RV for rent with my family. I spoke with customer representative Miss Amber Stewart. Amber has excellent customer…Continue
Added by Cruise America on July 3, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments
Our home is in Adelaide Australia and in spring 2011 we flew to Seattle and hired a 5 berth Cruise America RV from the Seattle depot and began our adventure touring through Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana and up into Alberta and then British Columbia. We loved our Cruise America RV and it kept us cosy and warm in the snowy conditions in Yellowstone and also in Canada. We cooked all our meals in the RV and had plenty of room in the fridge/freezer to stock up with food for when…Continue
Added by David Williamson on July 2, 2012 at 3:25am — No Comments