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Everything You Need to Know Before Booking a Campervan in Australia 

before booking a campervan

Hiring a campervan is an amazing way to go on a road trip in Australia. Whether you are looking for a self-sufficient campervan or a smaller economical option, there are countless choices to suit your needs. Are you a first time renter? Check out everything you need to know before booking a motorhome and start planning that road trip!

Licence requirements

In order to drive a campervan, the driver needs to hold a valid driver's licence. You must also meet the other campervan rental requirements such as age, licence type, language of licence, expiry etc. Looking for more information? Contact our customer care team to assist you in any inquiries here.

If your licence is in a language other than English, you will also need to provide an International Driving Permit in conjunction with your licence from your country of residence.

Do you want to add an additional driver? You will need to contact the car rental company where the additional driver will need to present their driver's licence with the primary driver.

Read more about licence requirements.

Minimum Age 

In most cases, renters will need to be at least 21 years of age. In some cases, you may be able to rent a car if you are under 21. For example, if you rent a car with Juicy Rentals, you are allowed to be 18 years of age or older, as long as your can provide a full driver's licence.

Read more about age restrictions.

Vehicle types

Before you book your campervan rental, consider how many people will be travelling with you, where you are going and how long your trip is. For instance, if you are going on a shorter trip with only a few people, you will require a very different rental compared to those travelling long distances.

Read more about vehicle types.

After more information? Click here for 10 Things to Know Before Booking.

Important

Before you rent a campervan in Australia ...

It is essential to figure out if you will need a fully functioning kitchen and bathroom in order to be self-sufficient, or if you will be travelling to areas where there are amenities. If you are going to areas in Australia that are less populated, it may be a good idea to hire a self-contained campervan. Alternatively, if you are planning to stop at campervan parks on your trip, you may consider renting a smaller campervan to save money.

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