King size bed with TV and DVD player
Bunk beds with individual DVD screen/player
Sofa bed, very comfy and you won't feel the middle bar
2 Independent AC
2 Independent Heater
Low Mileage on 300 HP Turbocharged Diesel Engine
150 Gallon Fresh Water Tank
140 Gallon Fuel Tanks
2 Slide Outs
We want folks to enjoy their time worry free. This RV is ideal for RV parks and such. If boondocking is your plan, it is self sufficient for over a week or two. BUT YOU HAVE TO MANAGE YOUR POWER! The batteries are sufficient for a light or two but not long term use, so that's the importance of using the generator when power is needed. It the coach batteries die, you won't be able to start the generator. If you need medical equipment to run through the night, the generator has to be used. If you plan on boondocking, make sure you know if there's restrictions for running the generator as well as restrictions to a campsite.
Free Addons Included:
All bedding (sheets, pillows, blankets and extra blankets just in case (clean)
Bathrooms supplied with toilet paper, towels, washcloths
Kitchen is complete with pots, pans, plates, cups, silverware and coffee maker
Also included is a 5 Gallon drinking water cooler, wouldn't suggest drinking from the fresh water storage tank. May not taste the best
An outdoor area rug
Both the King sized bed and the foldout bed have an extremely comfortable posturepedic mattresses
Pick up time is 2:00-8:00pm on the first day of rental
Return time is NLT 12:00pm on the last day
Note: Any later on the return may cost an extra day. Reason being that there may be another renter on your return day.
ALSO PLEASE GO THROUGH THE "DRIVER VERIFIED" SECTION. THIS IS FOR YOUR INSURANCE POLICY VIA OUTDOORSY. It's fine that you have your own insurance with the RV added but the fee you pay Outdoorsy includes the million dollar insurance policy as well. We WONT be able to rent to unverified drivers because that's our behinds if something happens. KEEP IN MIND IF YOU OPTED OUT ON THE ROADSIDE INSURANCE, IT'LL TAKE A SEMI TOW TRUCK TO RESCUE YOU AND THEY ARE NOT CHEAP. You again might want to see if your regular insurance company covers this or just purchase it when renting. Realistically I pay over $1300 a year for insurance on my RV and I might use it for a trip or two a year. Just to let you know that for myself and family to take it out for 2 weeks in the year, I'm paying $692 a night plus I have the cost of maintenance. On the other hand if you took it out for 2 weeks with all fees included, it would cost you $242 a night and you walk away without the maintenance and storage cost. Yes, by renting it out it does offset my cost but it can be a challenge for us at times. This rig cost 189K.....and we enjoy it....