From the publishers of Dallas Morning News:
Meet Jucy, the camper-van rental company that was founded in New Zealand in 2001, expanded to Australia and opened three U.S. locations — Las Vegas, Los Angeles and San Francisco’s Bay Area — four years ago.
The Jucy Champs — custom-designed Dodge Caravans — stand out in traffic. The mini-RVs are painted asparagus green with purple accents and wear a rooftop carrier like a hard hat. The minivans occupy a niche bracketed by RV-tripping and car camping.
In a Jucymobile, for example, I could maneuver along narrow, curvy roads, such as the Pacific Coast Highway, with temerity and park without fear of toppling trees. I could reserve tent sites, which are often more numerous than RV spots, and cook and sleep without having to disturb the ghosts of Girl Scouts. The only skill required: folding furniture.
To read Dallas Morning News’ feature about Jucy and the minivans-turned-campers the firm rents, click here.