This Gulfstream is a Super C motorhome built on a commercial truck chassis. It has taller ceilings than the traditional class C with a full size shower that is separate from the bathroom and immense inside and outside storage. It has a giant living room with sofa, chair, and dining booth. It sleeps 6 adults and two smaller people, and can tow 10,000 lbs for $75 extra per day. Minimum rental is 4 days. I'm an automotive engineer and use this to tow my race trailer, so it is in perfect mechanical shape for the best possible reliability. For easy access to the front seats, I built a lift assisted access door for the cab-over bed that allows driver and front passenger to get in and out of the front seats much easier - especially nice for bigger people.
Note that unlike Class A motorhomes, this RV has dual crash safety airbags for driver and front passenger. Class A RV's do not have to meet any safety standards and do not have crash safety airbags. This motorhome also has a much more substantial front structure during a crash. This is the main reason why I bought this type of RV. I've also installed a Tire Pressure Monitoring System that continually monitors tire pressure and would alert you of a low pressure tire.
If you have your own full auto insurance, your insurer can provide coverage during your usage, similar to renting a car. This is the cheapest and simplest way of insuring the vehicle. If you don't have full insurance, we can provide our own for a total rental rate of $300 per day. Delivery and setup is available for event usage for an additional fee depending on location. If you have questions, feel free to call me at 313-805-2679. Thanks, Dave.