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two quality outdoor chairs, and a 2'x4' table
small propane barbecue.
4 hours included per day
100 miles included per day
We rented this RV as part of a whirlwind 1st Anniversary vacation...and it made the trip so very special...would highly recommend. The RV is very well maintained and drives smoothly. It had no issue tackling even the steepest mountains roads of Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana. Exceptionally...
Ken and JoAnn's RV is a great rental. The unit is so well stocked with dishes, cleaning supplies, bedding, towels, etc., we filled with food and were ready to go. I'd rent the Navion again without reservation. Nice to work with both owners, very accommodating!
It appears to me Ken is using Outdoorsy to maintain is vehicle. The refrigerator wouldn't work on propane and he informed me of this last minute and that he would pay for my dry ice as the part didn't arrive to fix it in time for my rental. He had plenty of time to take the RV to the...
Kenneth's response to Amy
May 30, 2019
I am sorry Amy had such a disappointing experience. I went to great effort to get the fridge fixed before the rental. She says I had plenty of time to repair it--she is making this up! The RV repair service was able to do a diagnosis, and told me the part to get, but they could not get me in to fix it until June. She said I was unapologetic--I apologized a number of times. 2nd, The blowup mattress had a hole in it. We purchased the mattress a week before, and it was unused. We checked it out, and it held air overnight. Somehow between the time we stowed it in the RV, and when they blew it up, something punctured a hole in it. I feel I gave Amy the most reasonable response. There was a repair kit that would have fixed their problem. What else could I do 300 miles away? 3) The headlight went out. Amy's response is to make up a story about how I knew there was a problem. I did suggest they avoid night time driving because they were new to RV driving, and night time just increases the risk. 4) The drawer that slid out. Yes, it happened on our test drive as well. I believe it wasn't completely closed tight. In the end, she was driving, it was her responsibility. Previous renters have not had this problem. I suspect they didn't have it completely closed. Contrary to her claim that I "blamed her essentially for everything," I certainly did not! I did say that she was responsible for the drawer, because that is exactly what our contract said--things that happen during the rental are the responsibility of the renter. Contrary to her assertion that the RV is old and things are starting to go, this vehicle is 6 years old. It has only 32,000 miles on it. It is in excellent condition. The post trip charges were 1) mileage overage, 2) $50 for cabinet repair, 3) $10 for 2.5 gallons of DEF fluid. I don't think that counts as nickel and diming to death. She asked for a 30% discount which I felt was out of proportion. I offered her a 10% discount for the fridge, she demanded 20% or she would write a horrible review. I told my wife that I can give her 20% and she would still write a horrible review. And she did.