RV Rental FAQs
How much does it cost to rent an RV?
The regular price to rent our 31 foot Class C motor home is $155 per night.
For certain situations, we may provide a custom quote, however, the custom quote will not be greater than the regular price.
The price includes 100 free miles per day. It also includes insurance (Up to 1 million liability/comp and collision). Roadside Assistance (24/7/365) is mandatory for your rental for break downs, tire changes, etc. It's $25 for your entire trip. You also get 2 hours daily of generator use included in the rental price.
A $1,000 security deposit is required which is REFUNDABLE when the RV is returned clean, mileage is checked, filled with gasoline and there is no damage or extra charges for things like late fees, smoke remediation, etc.
We offer optional items for rental to enhance your trip such as a 10 x 12 screen tent, camping chairs and BBQ grill.
Pull-Behind 20 foot Travel Trailer Rental
The regular price to rent our travel trailer is $65 per night. The same insurance and roadside assistance provision is provided as in the rental above. There is no mileage limitation. There is no on board generator, but one is available to rent as an add-on.
Can I rent an RV in the winter?
Travel exceptions are considered on our "off season" if you are an experienced RV driver and are traveling to warm places. If you want to rent during the off season, you will be required to perform the appropriate weatherization tasks.
Is insurance included in the rental?
Our RVs are commercially insured. You still need to provide your personal vehicle insurance information to rent from us. Your insurance is the primary insurance, however, our commercial policy takes care of everything first and works with your insurance company directly for reimbursement should it become necessary. If you are "at fault" in an accident, you will be responsible for the $1,000.00 deductible.
What is Roadside Assistance and why is it mandatory?
When your are headed for your dream vacation, the last thing you want to think about is a vehicle problem down the road. And the last thing we want to be concerned with is an unhappy client, or worse, an unqualified service or mechanic dealing with the problem. The RV Rental Roadside Service will provide peace-of-mind for both of us through a relationship with a comprehensive list of professional service providers located throughout the United States and Canada. They have specialty training in RV assistance and the necessary equipment to handle the most challenging situations.
Here's what the $25 covers:
RV Rental Roadside Services - Toll-free Technical Service Help Line. Professional call center technicians are available to provide immediate assistance 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
Comprehensive Dispatch Coverage - Regardless of where trouble might come, service is provided throughout the United States and Canada.
Towing - When towing is necessary, the RV will be towed to the facility of our choice.
Battery Service - If a battery failure occurs, a jump-start will be provided to start your RV.
Flat Tire Assistance - Service consist of the removal of the flat tire and its replacement with a spare tire. If the disabled vehicle has no inflated spare, or if it has two or more flat tires, the vehicle will be towed to the nearest facility.
Gasoline, Oil, Fluid and Water Delivery Service - An emergency supply of gasoline, oil, fluid and water will be delivered to vehicle when in immediate need.
Lockout Assistance - When keys are locked inside the RV or they have been lost, they will provide assistance to gain entry.
If you need to use the service, there is a $25 dispatch fee for the service people to come to the rescue. You are responsible for the $25 dispatch fee. If the issue is due to a failure on our part, we will reimburse you for the dispatch fee. Repairs are covered by the Roadside Assistance company to get you on the road again. Depending on the cause of the problem determined by the repair service provider will determine who is ultimately responsible for the repair.
Can I travel anywhere in the United States?
Yes. Plan your trip carefully keeping things like toll roads, construction and weather conditions in mind. Driving a big motorhome or pulling a trailer is different than driving a car. Extra caution must be used wherever you go.
Are seatbelts required in the motorhome?
Seatbelts are required in the cab of the motorhome. They are not required in the rest of the RV. That said, it is always a good idea to fasten children in their seats. The couch has seat belts and a car seat can be used in the dining booth. It is never a good idea to walk around in the RV while it is in motion.
Can I dispose of feminine hygiene products or baby wipes in the toilet?
No. Please dispose of those items in the trash.
Do you offer discounts or specials?
Occassionally we offer specials and other incentives. We always offer them when you refer someone who books their vacation with us.
I've never driven a motorhome before. Are they hard to drive?
We don't think so, but they do take a bit of getting used to. If you are local, we are happy to give you a driving lesson. We want you to be comfy and condfident on your trip.
Will WiFi work in the RVs?
That depends on if it is available where you park. If you have a good cell phone signal and data plan, you can use your phone's mobile hot spot to connect to the internet.
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