RVDA Rental Survey Will Gauge Market Trends

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December 18, 2012 by   1 Comment

The Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) is surveying RV dealers and RV rental companies to create a “snapshot of current rental market conditions and gauge rental outlook for the future,” according to a press release.

The results are deigned to serve dealers as they assess their existing rental programs and plan for 2013 and beyond. The survey is being conducted for the RV Rental Association (RVRA) by RV Assistance Corp.’s Retailer Intelligence Program.

“The data we gather will help demonstrate to industry stakeholders and the media that RV rentals are an important and vibrant segment of the RV business,” said RVRA Chairman Bert Alanko of MBA Insurance. “RVRA members provide a variety of vehicle choices to fit the needs of consumers looking to rent an RV.”

The short, informal instrument will gather data on rental fleet size, composition and length of contracts, in addition to the outlook for the RV rental market in 2013.

RVRA is the national association of companies who rent recreation vehicles (RVs). Visit for a list of members and for more information about renting an RV.

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One Response to “RVDA Rental Survey Will Gauge Market Trends”

  1. Thad Weed on January 25th, 2013 1:02 pm

    I’m interested in knowing more about the future of travel trailer rental business. I’m conducting due diligence and feasibility study on a travel trailer rental business I’m thinking of starting on the eastside of Atlanta. Is there industry information available or someone I can speak with? Thank you.