Fifth Wheel Truck Rental

Fifth-wheel trailers offer a lot to vacationers who want tons of space and amenities. But what's the best way to tow a fifth wheel? Before setting off on a fifth wheel adventure, you need to make sure you have the right towing vehicle.

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Fifth Wheel Truck

Are you planning a trip for your family and want to make sure you all have enough room to relax and move around comfortably? A fifth wheel RV might be just what you need. A fifth wheel is a type of trailer motorhome that has to be towed by a heavy-duty truck.

Fifth wheels offer more room inside because there isn’t designated space for a driver or an engine; instead, all space is living space! It's the closest thing to an actual home that you’ll find among RVs.

You’ll need a truck rental to tow a fifth wheel, and not just any truck. The fifth wheel truck rental should be at least a 3/4 ton pickup truck. To be on the safe side, however, we suggest a 1-ton truck to ensure that it can handle your fully packed fifth wheel.

In this article, we’ll explain everything you need to know to rent a fifth wheel truck.

Rent a Truck with a Fifth Wheel Hitch

You may be surprised, but it isn’t always easy to find a fifth wheel truck rental.

Not all car and truck rental dealerships carry them, and some that do require a long-term rental of six months or more. Sometimes you can rent a fifth wheel truck from a moving company or you can even find them listed locally in local listings for rental vehicles in your area.

Fifth wheel truck rental prices will vary depending on a few factors like where you rent the truck from, how long you plan to rent it for, and if you get any additional insurance. We suggest budgeting about $100-$150 a day for a fifth wheel truck, although that doesn’t include gas.

When you find a fifth wheel truck rental, make sure you go over all costs and fees with the rental provider. You don’t want to be caught by surprise at the end of your trip.

Something else to keep in mind is you need to rent a truck with a fifth-wheel hitch. Luckily, most places that rent these heavy-duty trucks will already have a hitch attached. To be sure, call ahead and verify that the fifth wheel truck rental has a hitch. Also let them know that you plan on towing a fifth wheel with it, that way you’re sure that the hitch included will be able to do the job.

Another option is to purchase your own fifth wheel hitch from a heavy-duty trucking supplier like Uhaul. They usually cost about $200. Having your own hitch means you’ll know the quality of the hitch, and you’ll always have it handy when you’re ready to go on another trip.

Truck Rental with Fifth Wheel Hitch Near me

To find the perfect fifth wheel and fifth wheel truck, head on over to Outdoorsy’s RV search. You can find local RV owners to rent from by entering a city, dates, and price range.

By using Outdoorsy’s peer-to-peer platform, you’re easily able to narrow down your search, and once you’ve reached out to a fifth-wheel owner, you can ask them any additional questions you might have. This ensures you’re prepared for your trip and can minimize extra costs or expenses.

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