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While not the most popular business travel vehicle, it’s not uncommon for businesspeople and entrepreneurs to use recreational vehicles (RVs). Many entrepreneurs travel the country in RVs that they own. You can claim expenses on an RV for business travel if your business can prove it necessary.

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An RV could be a great option for business trips if you are able to claim business expenses.

You can take your accommodation along with you if you rent an RV. It’s also possible to bring your office along with you if you are renting an RV for business trips.

Here are some things to consider when renting an RV for business trips:

  1. Talk to your accountant about claiming rental costs as business expenses.

Your accountant may be able to help you determine if you are able to write off rental costs as business expenses.

You will need to convince the taxman, that renting an RV for your business trip can be a legitimate expense and that you must drive an RV in your business interests.

It’s possible that some vehicles are necessary business expenses, while others might not. So it’s wise for you to verify.

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  1. Make sure you are covered to drive a car.

You are an insured travel businessperson. Make sure to check with your insurance company to ensure that you have coverage for driving a recreational vehicle.

Although this is not usually a problem, it can be a problem with some insurance policies. You’ll want to ensure you are covered.

This is particularly important if your insurance covers roadside assistance or other benefits.

  1. You must be licensed to drive a car.

The licensing laws vary from one country to another. You might be licensed at home to drive a recreational vehicle, but that may not be the case overseas.

Keep in mind that recreational vehicles can vary in size. For example, a motorhome and pop-up campervan may be significantly larger. You should ensure that you are licensed to drive the RV that you plan on renting.

This is particularly important to consider if you plan to hire a large motorhome. However, campervans or small RVs are generally not a problem.

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  1. Consider the possibilities of choosing the right vehicle

You should also consider licensing and insurance considerations when planning your business trip.

Consider the length of your trip, how far you will be traveling per day, whether or not you are travelling alone. Also consider whether you require an office space (motorhomes work best), whether you plan to cook often, and whether you have any pets.

  1. Find a rental agency that is competitive

This is particularly important for businesspeople who frequently travel and may be considering renting an RV on a regular basis. It is a good idea to find a rental agency that is competitive and stay with them.

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Businesspeople will likely be most interested in rental rates. However, they should also pay attention to pick-up and drop off points in order to make sure they are in line with their travel plans. They should also consider the booking process so they don’t waste time filling out the same forms as the last occasion.