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Renting 15 Passenger Vans

Updated on September 10, 2012

15 Passenger Van Rentals

When traveling with a group, renting a 15 passenger van is often the best option for everyone. They are ideal for safely traveling as a group, and keeping the group all in the same vehicle when you travel. Here I will go over some events when renting a 15 passenger van is the ideal travel solution.

Corporate Outings

When the company has their annual trip to the baseball game, why drive separate. For team building, it is better to commute together in a 15 passenger van. This way, everyone is safe to enjoy the game and not have to worry about driving. Plus, having a group of friends and co-workers travel together in the game is great for comradery and building friendships.

Bachelor or Bachelorette Parties

Renting a limo is always a good option for a bachelor or bachelorette Party, but sometimes you need a bigger vehicle. That is when renting a 15 passenger van comes in. Plus they are also usually much more affordable than a limo that is capable of carrying 15 passengers. Renting a 15 passenger party van is a great way to keep everyone safe. Hire a driver or have a sober friend do the driving and go out and celebrate in style!

Family Vacations

Renting a 15 passenger van is also a great idea for family vacations. A 15 passenger van is big enough to hold a large family and even a couple of friends. Plus their will be plenty of room in the back for luggage and other gear. Save the wear and tear on your car and rent a van instead the next time you go on a family vacation.

Church Retreats

The next time your adult group or youth group at church go on an outing, consider renting a 15 passenger van. This way, the group can bond on the commute and you don't have to worry about everyone driving separately and arriving at different times.


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      6 years ago from San Francisco, CA, USA

      Just keep in mind that to fit 15 people in a van you'd have NO room for luggage (other than what you can fit under the seats). And driving a full-sized van is not exactly a picnic and easy transition from a normal car. (let's just say I damaged more than one van when I made a turn too early). Their high center of gravity makes driving a bit precarious. And they are fuel hogs.

      It *may* be sometimes more advantageous to take two cars instead.


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