KOKO Camper Fleet - managing your camper

A camper – your own camper – means freedom, independence and adventure. What if you also start making extra money on it? According to, skilful management of a camper may bring you up to 40% return on investment*. But that’s not all: a luxury RV is like a work of art – its value increases with time. You can really make a lot of money on it. Check out our KOKO Camper Fleet proposal!

What is KOKO Camper Fleet?

If you have an RV and you use it once in a while, that means that most of the year it stands unused. When you’re not traveling, however, you have to keep it somewhere: in a garage or on a parking lot, and pay for it. Surely you also know that long periods of downtime are bad for many parts that often break down in an unused RV. All these problems can disappear in an instant when you decide to rent an RV to KOKO Camper Fleet. It will be safe and well-maintained there and, at the same time, you can make a nice profit on it.

A camper is an investment

There is still a demand for new and used campers on the market. If fact, the demand for motorhomes is huge and continues to grow.

Passenger cars lose 50% of their value, on average, after 3 years of purchase. It is completely different in case of an RV, which loses only 10-25% of its value 3 years after purchase. This means that, if in a few years you decide to put the RV up for sale, you can take for it a sum just slightly smaller than the one you spent on it. There are many people interested in buying a used camper, that’s because new ones cost an average of 8% more per year.

Additionally, if you have a camper and you place it in our rental agency KOKO Camper Fleet, there is a lot of money to be made: 80% of the camper’s rental price will go directly to your wallet (our commission is only 20%). During that time the RV will not lose its value and you will get back part of your investment costs. During the whole rental period we take care of your RV as if it was our own. See our offers!

* Percentage data from – see link. They do not constitute a commercial offer. Due to the inability to predict market behavior, we do not guarantee a given level of profit.