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RESERVATION FAQs

What type of RVs does Bankston rent?

Bankston offers Class A, Class C, and travel trailers for rent. All RV's are rented out of our Huntsville Store only.

What are Mileage fee Generator fee and Prep fee?

There is a $.24 per mile, $3 per hour on generator. We record the mileage when you pick up and then again when you drop off. There is a  prep fee on all rentals to cover going through all the systems on the unit, Clean, Sanitize and provide chemicals for the rental

What are the qualifications to rent an RV from Bankston RV Rentals?

In order to rent a Bankston RV, you must be at least 25 years old, possess a valid driver's license, and have a clean driving record.

Do I need a special driver's license to drive an RV?

Absolutely not! When you pick your RV up at Bankston RV, you and anyone else who will be driving the motorhome must present a full non-provisional driver's license. If your license is not in English, you'll need an international driving permit or a valid certified translation. Bankston requires the names of all licensed drivers who will be operating the RV. All drivers MUST be at least 25 years old.

What are Bankston' reservation requirements?

We require a three-day minimum rental period. Motorhomes must be reserved at least 7 days in advance, and may be reserved up to one year ahead of the scheduled rental period. A $300 deposit is required at the time of reservation.

What is your cancellation policy for RV rentals?

WYou may cancel your RV rental reservation up to 30 days before your scheduled pick up date without penalty. After 30 days there is a $150 cancelation fee that will be taken out of your $300 reservation deposit

Sours: https://www.bankstonmotorhomes.com/rv-rentals

Cruise America rents Class C RVs in varying sizes, all of which have the overhead cab feature, but don’t expect bells and whistles. The company strips things to the basics—vinyl interiors and hardwood floors designed for “vigorous vacation use,” says Smalley—to keep prices down. The company’s website also has educational videos you can watch beforehand for a smoother (largely contactless) pick-up. Cruise America's rental fee includes insurance and third-party liability, but know that there's an added cost for miles driven (you'll be charged between 17 and 35 cents a mile, for every mile you drive between pick-up and drop-off).

As a peer-to-peer rental company, RVshare takes a different approach, allowing customers to rent RVs directly from owners. The company offers 24-hour roadside assistance and insurance with all rentals. Some owners include unlimited mileage in their rates, while others stipulate mileage limits and overage rates, so be sure to read listings carefully.

Mapping out your journey

On short trips of a week or two, planning in advance is essential for making the most of your time—and that starts with deciding exactly where you plan to park along your route.

If you want to park at a U.S. national park, you won't be the only one. Plan to book your campsite up to a year in advance—but keep in mind that last minute cancellations, and thus last minute availability, aren't uncommon either. State parks are a great option as well, as they're often less crowded and just as beautiful, says Ilona Duncan, author of At Home on the Road, who spent years traveling across the U.S. and Canada by RV. Her state park picks? Matanuska Glacier State Recreation Area, near Anchorage, and Lake Texoma State Park, in Oklahoma, near the Texas border.

A few sites also make it easy to find RV-friendly campgrounds in several regions. Kampgrounds of America, Inc. (better known as KOA), has more than 500 privately-owned campgrounds in the U.S. and Canada. Campendium is useful tool for sorting campgrounds throughout the country by location, price, variety of hookups, and even cell reception (the latter is for members only), with loads of reviews from other users. Wherever you're headed, Toby O’Rourke, KOA’s president and CEO, suggests new campers select pull-through sites to avoid having to back in.

And, if you want to look beyond campsites, Hipcamp and Harvest Hosts connect travelers with unique parking spots on wineries and farms, and some hotels offer space for RVs, too. Case in point: The Viceroy Snowmass plans to offer its lawn (usually reserved for weddings) to RV campers this summer, who will be able to access some of the resort’s luxurious amenities.

Rookie mistakes to avoid

The fear of hitting something as you back up is a common woe among RV newbies. (Pro tip: use walkie talkies—or cell phones on speaker—to communicate with someone guiding you from outside the RV.) But many of the biggest first-timer mistakes are less obvious.

Sours: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/how-to-rent-an-rv-a-first-timers-guide
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Who we are:

At Class A Motorhome Rentals, we are a group of private Motorhome and RV owners that love our RV’s. Each RV is extremely well cared for. These are our ‘Babies’, and we take wonderful care of them. We understand that our the cleanliness and reliability of our RV’s are a reflection of our business and who we are.. It is for this reason that all of our RV’s are clean as a whistle, and on a strict service schedule. We want you coming back again and again.


Keeping our RV’s ‘clean as a whistle’ and in ‘top condition’ is our number one focus. Should you experience an issue on the road and need help, we have a 24/7 hotline directly back to us. You won’t have to rely on someone else, you call us! You’ll find our staff to be knowledgeable, helpful, and very friendly. We won’t rest until you are safe and the issue is solved. We are with you whenever you need us.


Folks, no matter what your needs are, from simple campers to luxury ‘Condos on Wheels”, temporary housing, to luxury portable dressing rooms, our clean, reliable, and perfectly maintained RV’s are ideal for a wide variety of purposes.


What the excitement is all about

Class A Motorhome Rentals offers a variety of private affordable luxury motor homes (diesel and gas), 5th wheel’s, and travel trailers rentals. Our Luxury RV’s are perfect for any event or vacation. We have RV’s that can sleep up to ten in comfort! Cleanliness and reliability is our top focus.


Located in the heart of Southern California and we offer pick-up from any Southern California airport. We are less than 90 minutes away from California’s major recreational hot spots. Come experience all the ‘wonders’ of the Southwest as you travel in complete luxury behind the wheel where you feel like you are “Riding On a Cloud of Air”. There is nothing like exploring the roads of our great country riding in the luxury of your own ‘Chariot’. A beautiful RV from Class A Motorhome Rentals.


Whether you are looking to go on a secluded private vacation, need temporary housing, or want to take the entire family exploring our highways, our team at Class A Motorhome Rentals is truly dedicated to providing you with a wonderful “Class A Experience”. Cruise on over to see our lineup of motor homes, 5th wheel’s, and travel trailers and pick out one for you and your family where you will make memories that will last a life time.


Sours: http://www.classamotorhomerentals.net/
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