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How to rent everything this summer

By Leigh Giangreco

05 Jul 2022 · 6 min read

Don't want to invest in a new RV, boat, pool but still want to spend your summer holidays in style? Why not rent these things from online platforms? WaPo tells you how.

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Talk to almost any millennial who is traveling this summer, and you will hear them refer to "the Airbnb of" something. For every need once dominated by a corporate name, there are now sharing-based apps hawking rental cars, camping sites, RVs, swimming pools and more.

Like on Airbnb, there are inherent risks when you rely on private owners advertising their services on a third-party platform, and the reality of every excursion will vary. Still, the glut of options presents cheaper alternatives at a time when prices for gas, flights and other travel essentials are shooting up.

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