Relocate a campervan from $1 a day

Relocate a campervan from $1 a day

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FAMILIES, backpackers and road-tripping couples looking to save money on their next holiday will love DriveNow’s campervan and car rental relocation scheme which can set you off on a dream road trip from as little as $1 a day.

As long as you have time and flexibility on your side, you could save hundreds of dollars in travelling costs with DriveNow’s one-way specials.

Seasonal changes between the states, or an increased demand for vehicles because of festivals or events, means there are campervan rentals forever on the move and in need of relocation. Each morning DriveNow publishes its latest deals for travel in the next two to three weeks.

Imagine taking the kids from Darwin to Brisbane in a six-berth dual-cab camper for $5 a day – and having a whole week to get there. Or how about a five-day trip from Adelaide to Brisbane in a six-berth motorhome?

Fuel subsidies are offered and there are no booking fees, but you do need to be ready to go at a moment’s notice. And don’t overstep the delivery date or you will be hit with a hefty fee. Extra days can be had for $75 a day.

DriveNow’s Russell Matters says the deals are perfect for flexible travellers.

“They’re dirt cheap and a great way to travel. You can pretty much snap up a campervan for $5 a day, sometimes $1 for a road trip,” he says. “The deals are totally transparent, too, as some of our competitors charge booking fees. We don’t. What you see is what you get.’’

Simply fill out the online form and you'll be away on a great Australian road trip for a bargain basement price.

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Phone 1300 547 214 or email

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