Declutter your rig.
That little hula dancer on the dashboard? Adorable.
Twenty little hula dancers on the dashboard? Too much.
Don’t Over-Process RV Photography
Your final images should be true. Photo enhancements should be kept to a minimum so that your RV is shown in its true and accurate state.
Don’t Show Too Many Food Photos
Don’t take too many food photos. Be picky about food photos. Not everyone has the same taste.
Slicing an avocado, making a pot of coffee, dishing up steamy noodles are all pretty widely appealing and can show how your rig’s kitchen is well equipped to be gourmet.
Frying bacon? That doesn’t have the same broad appeal, and could actually be a turn off.
Don’t Include Rover as a Model
Don’t show pets on beds. Furry friends aren’t for everyone. We know your pup is super cute, but generally, having pets in photos that are designed for the actual rental listing can be a distraction and deterrent.
Find Success with these Best Practices for RV Owners
We’ve been helping van owners succeed in renting out their camper vans since 2017. Over the years we’ve facilitated 1,000’s of successful rentals and made it possible for van owners to earn tens of thousands of dollars. For more information about renting out your camper van, check out all the articles written for van owners. And if you are ready to list your camper van with GoCamp, head to the List Your Van page now.