We've posted previously about RV Tracking devices (we use one and so far
like it). If you use/were to use a tracker, would you tell the renter?
Ours is VERY hard to find and wired in such a way that even if the
battery is removed, we'd still get noti...
For those of you tracking your RV while rented (and in case of theft,
etc.), who are you using and how is that working out for you? Up until
now, all of our rentals to date have been local - none more than 4-5
days, so we've not really had much conce...
We have a Furrion Vision S wireless camera and monitor that we use with
our Forest River camper. The camper came pre-wired and with the Furrion
mount, so the camera made a lot of sense to us. Our experience with the
Furrion was exceptional UNTIL we u...
So, out of MANY rentals on Outdoorsy and the "other site" that rhymes
with "marvey smare", we have only ONE not so good review. It was
submitted at the very end of the open period by our renters and we saw
it AFTER we could respond or make a correspo...
Quite the opposite. We are booked through the end of the year at this
point. We get many fewer renters from Outdoorsy, so we also rent on
another site. You may want to look into that - and using other promotion
methods - and maybe ways you can reach ...
We had a similar experience - but not nearly as bad as yours. And we
ended up with a bad review Outdoorsy won't remove or let us respond to.
Me? I would have charged him for EVERYTHING. And I bet going forward you
will also.This is a good lesson to t...
The key is communication. I'm very up-front with our guests. If you
break it, you have the option of making me whole yourself OR I'll just
get it out of your deposit. Go further than that, and I'll get your
insurance also. Up to now I've only had to ...
Here's our "lil Oasis". This picture was of an Outdoorsy-booked delivery
to Turkey Run State Park in Indiana. Our lil Oasis - now with hail
dents! This is a photo of our "lil Oasis" getting ready for another
adventure, parked in our at-home storage s...
A good rule of thumb is whether the vehicle TOWED outweighs the TOW
VEHICLE. If so, you should have brakes on the TOWED vehicle also. And,
if your camper supports tow brakes and you want them used, you can tell
the renter they need that capability. I...