JUCY RV Offers New Delivery Service

Photo courtesy of JUCY
Photo courtesy of JUCY

JUCY RV is now offering a new delivery service that will bring its purple and green RV minivan to a customer’s doorstep.

Additionally, all locations, including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and San Francisco Bay Area, is now providing pick-ups and drop offs 24 hours a day.

“JUCY’s mission is to take the stress out of travel, allowing people to enjoy their vacations more and worry less,” said Zoe Macfarlane, JUCY’s vice president of marketing and business development. “We know vacation time is precious, and this is yet another way we’re enabling customers to get to their destination faster. Now, they can schedule to pick up their JUCY RV around their own schedule and avoid peak traffic.”

JUCY RVs are retrofitted minivans, featuring many of the amenities found in larger RVs, but with better fuel efficiency and easier maneuverability, according to the company. With two double beds, they sleep up to four people and also feature a refrigerator, two gas stoves, a sink, and DVD player for endless entertainment.

For a starting one-way price of $35, JUCY RVs can be delivered or retrieved up to 50 miles from each JUCY location. Exact pricing is based upon the branch and the renter’s specific location.

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  1. niche [ May 18, 2017 @ 01:13AM ]

    good!!!!!!!!!!!

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