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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountainjk10 View Post
    Just so you know, almost all Jeep rental places in Moab only allow 150 miles per day on their jeeps. I think itís like 40c a mile if you go over. Plan on also renting a car if you want to travel. There is a place in northern Utah that rents jeeps with roof top tents so you can live out of them. Thatís an option if youíre the off the grid type.


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    For sure. Iíd rent a regular car full all the real travel and then rent a Jeep or SxS for a day or two on Moab. And maybe a day in Ouray/Telluride. Then I be hiking a bunch or rafting in some National Parks, but thatís just me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch View Post
    For sure. Iíd rent a regular car full all the real travel and then rent a Jeep or SxS for a day or two on Moab. And maybe a day in Ouray/Telluride. Then I be hiking a bunch or rafting in some National Parks, but thatís just me.


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    Yeah id only rent a jeep for the time i was spending in Moab 2-3 days maybe. And a car for the other 10-12.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mountainjk10 View Post
    Just so you know, almost all Jeep rental places in Moab only allow 150 miles per day on their jeeps. I think itís like 40c a mile if you go over. Plan on also renting a car if you want to travel. There is a place in northern Utah that rents jeeps with roof top tents so you can live out of them. Thatís an option if youíre the off the grid type.


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    Enterprise rents with unlimited mileage and i cant think id put more than 150 miles on a jeep a day.... atleast not a rented one. Lol if i drive id be putting roughly 550 miles a day just to get there in 3 days lol


    At this rate i figure roughly itd cost me 670 to rent a jeep for 2 days(taxes in) and 677(taxes in) for a small car for 12 days. Ill have to break down the costs of both driving and flying/renting. I definitely wouldnt mind driving. I drove from ontario to nova scotia in two days. Thats about 16 hours of driving so i know i can do it.

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