Outback Ultra Lite 276UBH Travel Trailer Bunkhouse Specs: Sleeps 6-8 Hitch Weight 655 lbs. Dry Weight 5675 lbs. GVWR 7600 lbs. Length 31' 4" Height 10' 7" Width 8' 0" Like new trailer that is considered an ultra light which means it is half ton towable ( Please refer to tow vehicle's MFG. specs to se if it can properly tow the travel trailer). 6-gal DSI water heater. Outside Shower, Outside Speakers, 8cu.ft gas/electric refrigerator with small freezer compartment. Oven. Electric awning with LED lighting. Electric tongue jack and electric stabilizers. LED T.V. with many more features. Has outdoor kitchen with refrigerator, sink and 2 burner propane cook top. Travel trailer requires electric hook-up. Hitch and weight distribution system included with rental. Pick up times - If picking up or returning Monday -Friday pick up and return times either 6am-8am or 5pm-9pm unless otherwise requested and approved. Weekend pick up and drop off times can be negotiated as well. Renters damage insurance included with rental so no insurance binder is needed. Optional Add-ons : $50 Standard Cleaning Fee (but must be returned in very good condition and kept clean, this RV is still like new) $75 Dumping/Restock fee $100 Amenities package will include 6 wash cloths, 6 bath towels, 2 hand towels, sheets for bunks and main front bed, cutting board, silverware and cookware, pots/ pans, 8 bowls, 8 cups, 8 plates, and coffee maker. $200 Drop off and pick up ( will include drop off set up and pick up with in 7o miles from Houston. Anything over 70 miles from Houston will be $2.00 a mile each way in addition to the $200 fee. The travel trailer will come with toilet paper, some cleaning supplies, RV sewage hose kit, water hoses for drinking water and tank flush, inline water filter, wheel chocks and level blocks, surge protector, main power cord and adapter plugs all included with rental of travel trailer. Eligible Drivers: Renter must be 25 years of age or older, must have a valid driver's license, a clean driving record, a major credit card, and personal auto insurance coverage that must extend to the RV Rental. At the time of reservation, Renter must provide the correct and proper personal identification, personal information and personal Auto Insurance Information. Smoking: Smoking is prohibited inside the RV. Evidence of smoking is not allowed and determined at the sole discretion of Owners and will forfeiture your Security Deposit. Towing: The tow vehicle will need to have a standard 2” square hitch receiver. The tow vehicle MUST BE EQUIPPED (prior to your pick-up dates) with a Round 7-way Round-Pin vehicle end wiring connector and an Electric Brake Controller. (Electric brake controllers are available at most Auto Parts stores, Walmart, Camping World, Amazon or U-Haul stores.) A BRAKE CONTROLLER IS MANDATORY and must be installed in the tow vehicle PRIOR to your pick-up date. This will be inspected on pick-up date, and the travel trailer will not be released to leave without having a break controller installed and properly working in the tow vehicle. The tow vehicle must have Liability Insurance coverage that extends from the back of the truck to the end of the trailer (this info. is verified at time of reservation). At departure, a copy of the Tow Vehicle’s Insurance card will be made. The renters name must match the name on the insurance card or be listed as an additional driver. While being towed, the travel trailer may not be occupied by passengers. The Electrical power source needs to be plugged into a minimum of 30 amps - 110/125 Volt AC, 60 HZ (via electrical inlet or generator). 30 amp Electric is needed to run the following items: Air Conditioner, Microwave, Interior wall outlets and to charge the 12 Volt house battery, as needed. Any Portable Generator that puts out at least 30 amps of power is equipped to run the power for the travel trailer. If your generator will only put out 20 amps of power, you can still use it to run the refrigerator, lights or recharge the house battery as needed but it will not run the Air Conditioner or electrical outlets. AT NO TIME SHOULD THE TRAVEL TRAILER BE PLUGGED IN TO ANY OUTLET (SHORE POWER OR GENERATOR) WITHOUT THE SUPPLIED SURGE PROTECTOR. Doing so could cause damage to the electrical system and you will lose your deposit.