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RV Rental Chicago. Illinois

Chicago is a large city renowned for its blues and jazz music. Many neighbourhoods reflect the culture of the diverse immigrants who have settled here, making for interesting sightseeing. Chinatown, an Irish castle, Polish restaurants and Devon Avenue with its wide range of spices and saris are just a few of the many places that reflect the ethnic diversity and are well worth visiting.

Chicago RV rental is a popular choice with visitors that enjoy the outdoors, Lake Michigan is a big freshwater lake suitable for swimming. One can skate at Midway Park and attend music festivals throughout the year. There are also many world-class museums here.

There are many access roads, making it easy to enter or exit Chicago. Once you are in the city, roads are assigned numbers and each road is well signposted. Maps and GPS systems make getting around easy.

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Tips To Drive a Rental RV in Chicago

Road network:

Entry roads include the I-55 from St Louis and the I-90 connects to Indiana. The I-90 joins with Madison, while the I-94 is a northern entry point. Places to refuel are easy to find.

Speed limits:

Rural interstates:112kph
Urban interstates:104kph
Other roads:104kph

Alcohol limits:

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


The minimum driving age in Chicago is 15.6 years and children younger than five years old are not permitted to sit in the front seat. Do not talk on a mobile phone while you are driving.

RV Rental Chicago Campervan Rental Trips

Chicago to Madison:

Along the I-90, this trip takes about 2 hour, 30 minutes. Attractions in Madison include the university, the vibrant downtown area and cultural events. Illinois and Springfield have camping facilities.

Chicago to Spring Green:

This route takes 4 hours and follows the I-90. Highlights include the Taliesin estate as well as the House on the Rock complex. Camper sites are situated in Spring Green and amenities include electricity, showers and picnics facilities, or stop over in Naperville.

Chicago to Cedarburg:

Drive along the I-93 and then take the I-43, which leads to the well-known festival town of Cedarburg. Summer is the best time to visit because events are held during this period, and the downtown area of the town is an historic site. Camper sites can be found in Cedarburg and Yorkville.

Compare Motorhome Hire in Chicago

Pre-book a camping van from Chicago downtown or Chicago International Airport. Customers can search online for deals and vehicle models include the C25 Class C, the C28 Class C and the AS32 Class A Motorhome.

El Monte Chicago Depot Address:

277 E. North Ave.
c/o Auto Kool Systems
Villa Park
IL 60181
United States