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    Campervan Rental for Utah Mountain Bike Trips

    There is now a great option in Salt Lake City for your next Mountain Bike Trip. You can now rent a campervan with two queen beds for a mountain bike adventure. Wandervans is now renting in Salt Lake City. Plus book your trip before the end of January and use code Wander2018 to get 10% off.

    They also offer bike racks to get your bikes around. Plus the staff is very knowledgeable about where to ride.
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    "For 2018 all Ford rentals include 150 miles/day. Additional Miles on Fords are $0.30/mile."

    So if you drive 250 miles the first day to go to Moab that day gets averaged in with the 15 miles a day for a week in Moab? It looks like if you do Moab, Fruita, and St. George / Zion over two weeks then probably no additional charge.

    Nice vans. Big Web usability hint - make the slide show arrows very obvious. They should show even if the user doesn't do a mouseover. Many, if not most, users won't understand that you have a slide show available. For someone time constrained, everyone, they will see the first photo and move on.
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    Correct your miles get averaged across your trip. So on a 7 day trip we include 1,050 miles which is ample for doing the trip you are thinking about. If you are doing a really big trip you buy miles ahead for a discount.

    We will look into the arrows issue, unfortunately we are somewhat limited by squarespace.
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