Australia and New Zealand have pretty much the same kinds of campers and motorhomes as anywhere else overseas. However, depending on where you intend to travel and what you need from your relocation , it’s a good idea to know what each type of vehicle looks like and what extras they come with.
Before we start, here’s a little glossary of terms or rental jargon that will help you out:
Berth: for example 2 berth. The berth quantity indicates the legal number of passengers the vehicle can sleep and...Read More
Transfercar is all about getting you a cheap car to take you from A to B in a relaxing and worry free way. In this post we’re reinforcing that mission by telling you exactly how to find and get the car relocation booking you want.
Our insider tips show you the best way to use Transfercar. There’s a bit more to it because the relocations listed are by rental car companies, not us personally. But we’re here to make sure those companies live up to their promise and respond to your...Read More
We love it when journalists discover the wonderful world of Transfercar and this week Richard Meadows
How to score a cheap road trip
from Fairfax New Zealand wrote about How to Score A Cheap Road Trip.
Back in August, surveyor Taryn Martin and a couple of mates took off in a hired van for a wee road trip around the West Coast.
They jumped out of planes in Queenstown, hiked up Fox Glacier, and toasted marshmallows at the Cardrona Pub.
“It was wicked,” says Martin.
How much did Jucy charge the band...Read More
You have been on the road in your RV many times during the years. Luckily, things have always gone right and no major emergency has ensued. But what if you were to get caught in a sudden emergency situation, such as a fire and had to abandon the RV immediately? Are you prepared for such an eventuality? Do you have a few basic items necessary for survival ready at your hands? You should consider a survival ditch bag, just in case.
Read the rest of this story at...Read More
Many travellers in New Zealand and Australia opt for smaller campervans such as the free 2 berth campervan relocations listed on Transfercar’s website.
Although most rental companies have similar layouts for their vehicles, there can be some small variations between vehicle types. Let’s have a look at what’s generally on offer for the 2 berth high and low top camper range.
The first thing to note is that campervans are not the same as motorhomes. Motorhomes have a toilet and a shower...Read More
The Australian outback is not your most friendliest piece of landscape and it is not uncommon to hear about international travellers (and a few locals) being stranded in remote regions, or lost in heavy bush-land and at times with deadly consequences.
As Transfercar has companies offering their free cars for relocation across the Australian outback, we feel it’s worth discussing some safety tips for driving in these...Read More