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Let a Van Rental Help You Get Away from Winter's Last Few Weeks

Escape from L.A. isn't just a 1996 action flick, it's the goal of many Angelenos hoping to dodge seasonal wanderlust

LOS ANGELES, March 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles might have a reputation for having some of the greatest weather in the world, but that doesn't mean residents are immune to the seasonal blahs. For families and groups who are champing at the bit for some excitement right away, a van rental can assist your winter exodus. Whether going south towards warmer climates, east to see the bounty of Las Vegas, or north to see the beautiful Pacific Coast Highway, a van rental from Los Angeles' Van Rental Center will get you to your escape point in comfort and style.

Perhaps Los Angeles is your family's escape from winter's chilly grasp. Van Rental Center offers convenient LAX van rental and flexible return policies that accommodate any travel arrangement. The company has a service that can pick up and drop off customers, including at the Los Angeles Airport. Alternatively, customers have the option of dropping off their rental at numerous airports around the region. The possibilities are endless when your drop off location can be at an airport in:

  • Burbank
  • Las Vegas
  • Long Beach
  • Oakland
  • Ontario
  • Phoenix
  • Sacramento
  • San Diego
  • San Francisco
  • San Jose
  • Seattle

Some of these destinations may seem counter-intuitive for those hoping to escape winter's cold grip; for example, why visit rainy Seattle or perpetually chilly San Francisco? For one, these places offer a different perspective from the norm and it's currently tourist off-season there. This gives winter visitors unprecedented access to some of the most vibrant cities on the West Coast.

Moreover, the drive up the coast is spectacular and truly something that every American should experience once in their lives. Stopping every few hours to check out sites or to crash with friends along the coastline is a calming and fun exercise in taking it easy. Plus, in the comfort of Van Rental Center's comfortable vans and minivans, customers won't be feeling the chill. From a 7- and 8-passenger minivan to a 12- or 15-passenger full size van, the Los Angeles-based company offers large, well-maintained vehicles that will safely and easily take customers where they want to go.

For customers just looking for a weekend trip to escape the mundanity of the last stretch of winter, then a trip with friends to Las Vegas or with the kids to SeaWorld or the zoo in San Diego could be exactly the shot in the arm to power through the season. Van Rental Center makes it easy, as well, to arrange these trips; a simple online order form allows customers to reserve a reliable van from the fleet without having to call. Plus, Van Rental Center's prices are incredibly competitive, with additional discounts for AAA, travel agencies, and airport employees.

Details on pick up, drop off, and other services offered by Van Rental Center can be learned by calling the company at 1-855-267-VANS. Van options, online reservations, and a contact form can also be found on Van Rental Center's website at www.vanrentalcenter.com.

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