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See New York in a Campervan
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New York is a busy city which never sleeps, offering tourists something to do at any time of day or night. The city is a hub for cultural, fashion and art events. Tourists can visit the iconic Statue of Liberty, which is located near the harbour. From the Brooklyn Bridge, there are breathtaking views over the Manhattan skyline. The city hosts all-night parties and tourists can enjoy world-class theatre productions.

The US road network provides access to New York and if you want to avoid the traffic in the city centre, you can park on the outskirts and use the public transport system. With RV rental in New York, it is easy to get out of the city and explore the surrounding areas.

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Recommended Campervan Drives in New York

New York to Connecticut:

Connecticut is 102kms away and the scenery on the way includes rivers and lakes. Attractions include botanical gardens and forts, and during summer, visitors can soak up the sun on one of the beaches. If you need more time to explore the region’s attractions, spend the night at Thomaston or Bantam camper sites.

New York to New Jersey:

Head to New Jersey to spend the day at the Six Flags Great Adventure Theme Park. The drive will take 1 hour, 10 minutes and camper sites are available in Jackson and Toms River.

Hudson Valley:

This valley offers a scenic drive along the Hudson River and activities include cruises as well as kayaking tours. Stop along the way at Tallmon Mountain camper sites and end your journey at Interlake RV Park.

Driving Section
Road network:

New York is serviced by an adequate road network and access is provided by the I-95 and the I-80. Another option is the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, which is a toll free road that connects Long Island with Manhattan Island. Finding petrol stations in New York is straightforward.

Speed limits:

Rural interstate:104kph
Urban Interstate:104kph
Other roads:88kph

Alcohol limits:

It is illegal for a driver’s blood alcohol level to exceed 0.08 per cent.

Safety:

It is illegal to talk on a mobile phone or send a text message while driving. Children younger than three years old are required to use a special baby seat. Cameras take photos of drivers who do not stop at red lights, who are then fined.

Cost of fuel:

Less expensive than in the UK. Driving at a constant speed and planning your routes in advance will add to your savings.

Compare Motorhome Hire in New York

Browse vehicle models such as the C22 Class C Motorhome, the C25 Class C and the AS32 Class A, which offer amenities such as TV, stove and refrigerator. New York Camping Vans can be booked for pickup from downtown or at major airports including John F Kennedy International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport and La Guardia Airport prior to departure.


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