No, insurance is included with your RV rental. TowTally Camping will verify proof of insurance on your tow vehicle 48 hours prior to departure. Liability coverage must extend back to the towable.
You must be at least 25 years of age to rent an RV.
Yes, however each additional driver must be present at the time of pickup and have a valid driver’s license. Additional drivers must complete a rental contract and be listed as a permissive driver on the auto insurance.
We require two types of refundable deposits. $500.00 damage deposit and $100 cleaning deposit. Both deposits are fully refundable. Deposits are made by a an authorization to your credit card and in most cases expire after 10 days. We reserve the right to extend the authorization in circumstances where damage has been caused to the RV.
Yes, all returns must be scheduled. Rental Pick-Ups are available after 2:00pm. If available, early pick-ups can be made upon request. Anticipate your rental pick-up to take approximately 1 hour for a full orientation of the unit being rented.
All returns must be scheduled. Returns must be made by 11:00am. Under certain circumstances late returns might be possible.
TowTally Camping offers a free orientation that will explain the basic operation of an RV. This process usually takes one hour.
Yes, we will be happy to provide you with this information.
Yes, pets are allowed in the RV’s and must adhere to our pet policy.
No smoking is allowed in any of our RV’s. Smoke odor will result in an immediate forfeiture of the $500.00 damage deposit.
Yes, both holding tanks need to be empty prior to returning the RV. This does not apply if TowTally Camping is delivering the RV or you purchase prepaid waste evacuation.
No, TowTally Camping has no advertising or logos on our units. We respect our customers’ safety and privacy.
We post our rates on our website for the entire world to see. No hidden fees here. If you still have questions please call or email.
We don’t charge extra on holidays. Why would a holiday increase your nightly rate? We are first come first serve.
For travel trailer rentals your vehicle must be equipped with a power brake controller and have 7 round standard RV wiring with flat pins. Optional equipment to ease the towing burden on your vehicle include weight distribution hitches, and sway control. Some people also use extended mirrors to increase visibility behind the towed trailer.
It is important to be aware of your vehicle’s maximum tongue weight capacity as well. This will ensure you are not towing a RV that is unsafe for your vehicle.
Borrowing a vehicle is a very common scenario when renting an RV. With proper verification, yes you may borrow a tow vehicle. Typical requirements would be letter of authorization from the vehicles registered owner, the owners insurance, a release from the owners insurance agency authorizing a permissive user of the vehicle, and that their policies liability coverage extends back to a rented towed travel trailer for vacation purposes.