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The cultural and economic centre of Quebec, Montreal is an extremely diverse city with much to see and do. It is the main entry point into the province; therefore it is a great place to start a self-drive tour of the French-speaking province.

Fully equipped camper vans are available for hiring at very keen rates with RVRentaCampervan, booking early will ensure best choice in campers available.

Hiring a holiday recreational vehicle is a fantastic way to see the mountains, lakes, rugged coastline and Old Town villages. Driving in Montreal itself can be a bit of a challenge for some, but there is ample parking and it is easy to get in and out of.

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After a lot of research we booked through Andy at RVRentacampervan with excellent results. Being our first experience of a motorhome the supplier Fraserway were very understanding, returning emails promptly, arranging pickups and catering for a minor change of plans.We had no complaints with the motorhome that Frazerway provided and the service was more than adequate. The staff were friendly and efficient. We had one small accident with the plumbing but that was put down to wear and tear so no extra charges levied,

Thanks for a fantastic stress free holiday.

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Explore Montreal with these suggested driving routes

Outaouais:

drive along the Ottawa River to Gatineau and take in the views of Canada’s capital city of Ottawa, enjoy the numerous lakes and explore the Laurentian Mountains. Stay overnight in Parc De La Gatineau, Camping L’Escargot and Parc la Conception.

St Lawrence River:

from Montreal along the river to the Gaspé Peninsula. Stop in the picturesque city of Trois-Rivières, visit Quebec City’s UNESCO World Heritage Old Town, explore sleepy villages, snap photos of lighthouses and relax on a beach. Rest in Camping Transit and Parc et Mer Mont-Lois.

Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean:

explore the fjords, forests and beaches in this very distinctive region. Pass by La Maurice National Park and rest at Camping Du Parc, enjoy Lac St Jean while staying at Camping Chamboen and explore the Saguenay Fjord from Camping De l’Anse.

Driving Advice
Road network:

Roads are generally good with clear sign-posts, although they are in French. Being the gateway to the province means plenty of access and numerous petrol stations.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 40-60km/h
Provincial roads: 80-90km/h
National roads and motorways: 100km/h

Alcohol limits:

0.8 per cent if over 22, zero tolerance for those younger.

Safety:

here they drive on the right side of the road, with passing on the left. Mobile phones must be used on hands-free mode. CAA responds quickly 24-hours a day.

Cost of fuel:

more than in other provinces.

Great prices for hiring camper vans in Montreal

Browse our selection of recreational vehicles here to get the best deals, with camper cars and vans available in the city centre as well as at the airport. Models available from our key partner Cruise Canada include Cruise Canada’s C25 standard Motorhome, C30 large Motorhome and C19 compact RV Camper.


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