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One way RV Rental for Cross-Country Trip?

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My daugther is relocating to the Los Angeles area this summer from the east coast. She doesn't have much in the way of furniture (she'll be bringing mostly personal items), but she does has a huge dog, which she's reluctant to transport on a plane. We were considering the possibility of renting an RV, piling in the dog & the stuff she's bringing and make it a vacation. My husband & I would then like to drop the RV in California & fly back. Has anyone done anything like this? Suggestions for good rental companies & good rates on a one-way RV rental? I'm finding most rental companies wabt you to bring the RV back to the point of origin.

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