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Why bother with your own van. Use somebody else's.ACA tours are great, but not exactly cheap. My guess is that taking your own van will reduce costs. It also gives you more control over your schedule. But your own van does come at the cost of not riding every seventh day, so you don't actually get the satisfaction of riding across the country, if that's important to you. An ACA tour open some doors (such as camping opportunities not available to the general public) but it closes others (such as places that cannot accommodate groups of that size, and the thrill of riding through Yellowstone).