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Frequently Asked Questions
We compare multiple RV rental providers. The below answers are a general guide – however, each company has its own terms and conditions, which may change from time to time. Please make sure to check the T&Cs of your rental vehicle.
What driver’s license do I need to drive an RV in Canada?
For most vehicles, you will not need a special license to drive a motorhome in Canada. A permanent license, valid until the day after drop-off is usually enough.
If your license is not from the USA or Canada, it is required by some companies that you carry an international driver’s permit or an English translation.
What is the minimum age to drive an RV?
The standard minimum age to rent an RV is 21, though some companies require the driver to be 23 or 25.
A higher deposit or surcharges may be charged for drivers younger than 25.
Where can I camp in Canada?
Canada has many camping options – public campgrounds, national parks, and private campgrounds are plentiful and range from $10 to $80/night.
Camping in the wild is not recommended, but you are permitted to camp overnight in roadside rest areas unless it’s posted otherwise.
Can I pick-up and drop-off in different locations?
Yes, many companies offer one-way RV rentals. Simply pick your start and drop-off locations in our search tool to check what’s available.
Ideas of Things to See in Canada
Fairmont Le Château Frontenac may be the most photographed hotel in the world.
This Quebec City landmark, the Château opened its doors in 1893 on a site that had once been the official residence of French and British governors.
Maligne Lake and Spirit Island
Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park is the longest lake in the Canadian Rockies and the second largest glacier-fed lake in the world.
Founded by Robert Butchart in 1909 on Vancouver Island, Butchart Gardens lie fourteen miles from the city of Victoria.
In the spring, nearly 300,000 tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths take bloom in the gardens.
Easily accessed from Buffalo, NY, or Toronto, ON, Niagara has been a honeymoon destination since the 1830s.
Niagara Falls is composed of three separate falls: Horseshoe (also known as Canadian Falls), American, and Bridal Veil.