Pop-up trailers are available from most RV rental companies, including Freedom RV Rentals, Campers4Rent, and TowTallyCamping. Many RV rental companies are small or local businesses, and only service limited regions.
Car rental insurance typically covers pop-up campers and other RV rentals. Learning how to empty the holding tanks and refill the propane tank can save money when renting RVs, as some rental companies charge additional fees for these services.
Pop-up trailers fall under the same laws as trailers in terms of lights and signals. Drivers must connect a pop-up trailer to the tow vehicle's wiring harness before taking it out on the road.