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Avoid Crowded Las Vegas Streets by Renting a Van

The newly renovated Fremont Street has made Las Vegas more crowded than ever, but savvy tourists can enjoy the dazzle without the stress in a vehicle from State Van Rental

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- For decades, Las Vegas has been known to millions as perhaps the single best destination in the world for non-stop fun and entertainment. Recently, though, the city's been experiencing a renaissance that has made it more popular than ever. These days, the refurbished, increasingly hip, and iconic Fremont Street is often seeing upwards of 100,000 people between noon and 4 AM – up dramatically from 60,000 – 70,000 visitors only a few years ago. In fact, the Las Vegas Sun reports that the city's downtown renovation has garnered so much interest from tourists that it has led to more people spending time outside the casinos, resulting in packed sidewalks and even increased criminal activity outside it's many bars, dance clubs, and eateries.

With sidewalks more congested – and dangerous – than ever, getting the most out of your Las Vegas excursion is an increasingly difficult task. Yet, with so much to see and do, you're not going to see the Vegas crowds subside any time soon. That's why the best bet for eager Sin City tourists is to rent a van, and avoid the crowds and the brutal desert heat by making your way from the city's various stunning casinos and shows in comfort and style.

In Las Vegas, the Fremont Street Experience is certainly a fantastic site, but it's still only one of a seemingly endless array of fantastic landmarks. When making your way from Fremont to the exquisite artistry of the Bellagio or the family-friendly fun of Circus Circus, traveling in a conversion van rental in Las Vegas can make all the difference. The State Van Chevy conversion van rentals feature luxury that is perfectly in-synch with the Las Vegas experience, including leather power seats and a full entertainment center featuring a TV, VCR and CD player. The conversion van even features a rear bench seat that folds into a bed, allowing passengers to get some invaluable rest when making their way through the glitz and glamor of Las Vegas.

While the conversion van will comfortably seat 7, State Van offers a number of options for larger groups looking to travel together while testing lady luck, including an 8, 12 and even 15-passenger Chevy Express van option. Even the largest versions of these van options include features like automatic transmission, anti-lock brakes, rear swing-out van doors and Solar-Ray® tinted glass to alleviate the harshness of the desert sun.

The renaissance of downtown is changing the way that a whole new generation experiences Las Vegas, and with a vehicle from State Van Rental, you can enjoy the city's new, youthful energy while avoiding the stressful crowds that have come with it. For further information, please contact the agency by dialing 888-315-6888 toll free. You can also make a reservation online at www.statevan.com.

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