Segway of Oakland Offers New Fleet of Segway Rentals for Burning Man

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Rent a Segway for just $729 from Segway of Oakland. Rental Segways can also be picked up at the Grand Sierra Hotel in Reno, NV for greater convenience.

Segway of Oakland is making available a new fleet of Segways for the Burning Man event that takes place in late summer in the Nevada desert Monday August 26th 2013 to Sept 2nd 2013. Segway of Oakland is taking reservations now so book your Segway PT for Burning Man by calling 1-888-8SEGWAY. “We have tons of units available with our new fleet but we book fast so you never know”, said Darren Romar from Segway of Oakland.

Going to Burning Man? Looking for a fun and practical way to get around? Riding a Segway is the best way to get around at Burning Man. Rent a Segway for just $729. Segway of Oakland,, is the only reliable Segway renter in Northern California and Northern Nevada and has been in business for ten years, supplying Northern California with Segway rental, repairs, and sales. Segway of Oakland has also been renting Segways specifically for Burning Man for the past five years.

“Nothing is more convenient than zipping across the playa on a personal Segway,” says Darren Romar, co-owner of Segway of Oakland. With quick acceleration/deceleration and a zero turning radius, the Segway is extremely maneuverable even in crowded areas. Get around quicker than on foot and with less effort than a bicycle. Not just a convenient way to get around, the Segway is fun too.

Extra days can be added for a fee, early pick-up or late drop-off is $99.00 per day per Segway. Rental Segways can also be picked up at the Grand Sierra Hotel in Reno, NV for greater convenience. A hold will be put in the credit card of the renter for the retail value of the Segway, until the Segway is returned intact. If renting more than one Segway, more than one credit card will need to be used.

Please call Segway of Oakland toll free at 1-888-8-SEGWAY (1-888-873-4929) with any further questions or to reserve a spot, because spots are limited and they go fast.

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