DriveAway Holidays has released a new online booking platform for motorhomes to meet a rise in demand for homes on wheels. The operator says this will allow agents to get real time quotes, with live pricing and availability as well as the ability to add extras at the time of booking.

DriveAway managing director Chris Hamill said the platform was one of many initiatives to be released over early 2018. “Motorhomes are a great opportunity for our industry partners to make some easy commission,” he said. The provider has seen an increase of 18% in motorhome collections for Australian travellers over the last year.

DriveAway has arrangements with 17 suppliers of motorhomes in 32 countries.

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