Whether you want a quiet get away for 2 or a action packed get away for 10, we have you covered. This unit comes with a queen bed in the back, bunk beds, the couch conversion, the table conversion and the bunk over the driver's area. There are 3 televisions in the unit and sound system throughout. Plenty of outlets for your tech items and plenty of windows if you just want to hear the outdoors and relax. 125 miles then .35/mi , 4 hours of generator, then $3 an hour per day. The rig averages 7-11 mpg depending on travel weight, wind, hills, etc.
Reservations made prior to June 1 will enjoy the off season rates of $170 per day.
The Fine Print (Liability Form & Disclaimers) adapted from Corey Leamon on October 27, 2016 in Insurance, Renting
Our family loves and uses our RV consistently. But when it leaves our driveway, it is now temporarily owned by our renters. All the fun and adventure it provides is now yours, but in return, should the unlikely event that something goes wrong occur, that too is your responsibility. Don’t get me wrong! We’re here to help with any issues to ensure that your experience is the best it can be in any circumstance. But we would rather you not rent our RV without fully understanding the fine print, especially in that scenario for when a problem arises.
Outdoorsy Insurance Deductible
The Outdoorsy platform is a wonderful way for RV owners to connect with renters and they’ve done a great job to facilitate this transaction! But as with anything, there are limitations to what they provide including a $1500 deductible on any damage / collision insurance claims. This means that if you damage the RV while in your possession (whether it’s your fault or not), you are responsible for the $1500 deductible. Any damage costs after that are covered.
If you feel you cannot afford this amount you can:
1.Call your own insurance provider and add our RV as an binder to your policy for the dates you will be in possession. If you have a better deductible, by all means, add the RV to it (many insurance companies allow it). Just let us know so we can provide you with the vehicle information they will need (typically a VIN # and license plate #). Keep in mind that any claims made against your insurance policy for damage to the RV could impact your insurance policy and rates (please discuss this with your insurance company).
2.Let us know that you’re not comfortable with Outdoorsy’s $1500 insurance deductible and we’ll cancel your booking with a full refund with proper advance notice. Keep in mind that when you rent through Outdoorsy, this deductible is standard (see Outdoorsy’s insurance page to review), regardless if the owner has not informed you of this aspect of renting through Outdoorsy.
Other Financial Disclaimers
We pride ourselves in the quality and readiness of the RV upon pickup. When you arrive you’ll find that it’s been thoroughly cleaned, fuel tanks are filled appropriately, and it’s in great working order. If there are any issues with the RV, we will be upfront about them and make sure to note them on your pickup form so that you are not responsible for any pre-existing conditions*.
In return, we expect that the RV is returned to us in a similar fashion. If this is not the case, it is our discretion to charge a $150 service fee. The following items will incur this service charge (typically taken from the security deposit):
Black water (toilet) tank is not properly dumped and cleaned, we will handle this for you for $50.
The cabin smells of cigarette or any other type of smoke (no smoking inside please). Smoking in the rig will cause a $500 charge/loss of deposit.
There is extensive pet odor or damage
The gas tank comes back below full.
The vehicle is returned in excessively dirty / muddy condition for either the interior or the exterior
*Note: Between now and your pickup time, any trip altering issues or major failures we discover prior to your pickup will be disclosed immediately to give the renter opportunity to find another vehicle. In this instance, we will provide a full refund with cancellation.
LPB Liability Form
All of the above is highlighted in our liability form that we require renters to sign in addition to the Outdoorsy documentation. This form releases us of any legal liability in the case of something going wrong. While we don’t anticipate you having anything but a wonderful time, an RV has many systems and components that could be dangerous. We take every precaution we can to ensure everything is well-maintained and working properly but when you’re responsible for what is essentially a house on wheels, we can’t make any guarantees. Essentially, you use at your own risk (as do we when our family takes it camping). We can email this form to you in advance and we’ll have one ready to sign at the time of pick-up as well.