The Thor Super C motor home is a class C with diesel power. Sleeps 6, outfitted with utensils, plates, grill. 1-1/2 bathrooms! Full bath in rear and 1/2 bath mid unit. Large bedroom and living room slides. Can tow a boat or small car (10,000 lb capacity). Booth dinette and sofa with queen-sized over-cab bunk. Queen bedroom in rear. Auto-level jacks. 3 TVs. Almost everything you get on a class A with a Class C price! The most notable difference in the Super C is the size and power provided. The Ford Powerstroke Diesel can pull and accelerate, uphill or downhill, in a much shorter distance than the gas-powered Class C motorhomes. There is much more confidence if you need to pass an 18-wheeler on a 2 lane road or the interstate. Side and rear-view cameras make passing safer and provide more confidence than just "guessing" where the back bumper is. Take a good look at the Thor Super C and message me if you have any questions. RV is sanitized between rentals per CDC guidelines, Outdoorsy tips and Universal Precautions.
Linens are no longer included with the unit. Due to covid restrictions and protocols, renters will need to bring their own sheets, blankets, pillows, towels, wash rags, and hand towels.
Kitchen set-up includes 8 place settings with plates, bowls, tumblers and mugs. Pots, pans, cooking dishes (pyrex), mixing bowls, basic cooking utensils, left-over containers, coffee pot with filters round out the basic stuff you need for meal preparations.
Also included, for a $35 charge, is a portable Coleman grill and cooking utensils with interchangeable grates and griddle for cooking outside. Re-usable 1lb propane bottles will be included with the kit.
Delivery and setup at the lake or nearby parks is offered for those who just want to go to the lake or camping for a weekend or a week. Additional fees apply.
No matter if you're driving long distance or just going to the lake for a long weekend, research the campgrounds you stay at. Look for the conveniences of the campground, not only in the utilities included with the site, but also the amenities the campground offers. Take some time and stay an extra night between long hauls. It might cost a bit more, but makes the trip much more enjoyable if you spend the extra day or night checking out the local flavors this country has to offer.
Look for sites with 50amp electrical service to utilize all the power the coach has to offer. Also, the most convenient utility is the sewer connection... Dump from your site before you hit the road.
Other things to note
Please note when booking of the included rates for mileage, generator use, pet fees, cleaning fees, set up and delivery charges and be prepared when booking of how far your trip is, number of days to complete it and where you'll stay along the way. Also, please note RV is sanitized between rentals per CDC guidelines, Outdoorsy tips and Universal Precautions.