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Our fleet of converted vans for hire

October 28, 2021

Our fleet of converted vans for hire

For a tour de France or another equally exotic European country (or why not the whole of Europe?!), for a weekend or a month, hiring a converted van is something everyone should do at least once (though we’re sure you’ll soon be converted yourself!). To make sure you have everything you need, WeVan is sharing all of its expertise, as well as a whole fleet of converted vans to meet all your wants and needs.

Hiring a converted van is great for longer trips. The extra living space in a converted van will be a welcome addition for extended road trips, or during low season, when you can’t always count on the weather to be on your side. If you go for a Fiat Ducato converted van, for example, it also comes with accessories that will make your rental converted van a real home on wheels. First and foremost, a hot shower and a toilet for modern comfort 24/7. 

Of course, renting a Fiat Ducato converted van is also a great idea if you fancy an adventure as a group of four, especially if you have more belongings to take with you. With four roomy beds, hiring a converted van means everyone is guaranteed a good night’s sleep. If you want to go on adventures, you’ll need some good rest too!

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