Renting an RV sounds like the perfect way to get away from the hubbub of life. At Martin RV Rentals, we could not agree more wholeheartedly. However, before you make that reservation, it’s important to know some of our rental policies. We encourage you to read through the entire rental agreement, but we’ll highlight a few of the top ones here.
Sure, you may be old enough to hold a valid driver’s license, but that may not be enough to rent an RV. At Martin RV, you must be at least 25 years old and able to present a valid driver’s license.
2. Reservation Deposit
This policy often catches people off guard. When you make your reservation, we ask that you put down a deposit to hold that rental. It’s our way of knowing you’re serious about renting an RV and allows us to hold that rental just for you. Expect to put down $250 for a travel trailer rental and $500 for a full-size motorhome.
To keep our motorhomes in the very best condition, we cannot allow smoking in any of our RVs. If we detect smoke upon returning the rental (even if it’s wood smoke), we will have to charge you a $750 fee for cleaning and deodorizing the motorhome.
Going on vacation without your pet can be sad—and expensive, if you decide to pay for boarding. Instead of trusting your precious pet with a stranger, we let you take him along for a fee of $500. The animal must stay crated while in the RV, and you’re responsible if the furry friend causes any damage. However, you won’t have to say goodbye.
5. Vehicle Substitution
If for any reason the RV unit you booked is not available at the time of your rental (like for maintenance or other reasons), we will be sure to provide you with a higher value RV at no additional cost to you. However, should a lower-rated RV be substituted, the liability is limited to the refund of the gross rate difference of the two vehicles.
Find Out More
Check out all the rental terms on our Policies page, or contact us at (717) 283-4522 to find out more. Our staff at Martin RV Rentals would be glad to answer all your questions and help you make a reservation.
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