Once you pick up the rental, you’re responsible for any damage that occurs during the rental period. Outdoorsy provides both $1M liability insurance and up to $250,000 comprehensive and collision coverage to protect you during the rental. But this doesn’t cover off on certain things like interior damage NOT caused in a collision. (Make sure you are aware of what your insurance covers [LINK to insurance] and what you’re responsible for on the road).
If the minor damage is less than the insurance deductible of $1,500 and your security deposit doesn’t cover the full amount of the damage, then you as the renter are responsible for the payment and will be charged by Outdoorsy. If the damage is less than the security deposit, then the owner may withhnew a portion of it and return the rest to you. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Outdoorsy support.
When you return the RV, talk honestly to the owner about the damage. The RV Return Form you fill out with the owner will confirm the condition of the RV when you picked it up and when you returned it.