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Old 05-25-2019, 11:24 AM   #1
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What should I charge to Rent my RV

My neighbor wants to Rent our class C RV. What is a fair rate to charge for doing so?
Thanks for any ideas!!
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Old 05-25-2019, 11:37 AM   #2
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I’m sure others will chime in, but I suspect you’ll be a minority of those that
would do this. How much experience does your neighbour have? How’s your insurance like this idea? What are you going to do if?

There are companies in place for this very idea.

Just sayin’
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Old 05-25-2019, 11:42 AM   #3
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Thanks. He is a very trusted neighbor with experience and is prepared to get an insurance rider on his policy to cover him for the week.
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I’m sure others will chime in, but I suspect you’ll be a minority of those that
would do this. How much experience does your neighbour have? How’s your insurance like this idea? What are you going to do if?

There are companies in place for this very idea.

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Thanks. He is a very trusted neighbor with experience and is prepared to get an insurance rider on his policy to cover him for the week.

Insurance is the biggest concern. Along with his rider on his policy, make sure your policy allows for someone else that may "borrow the vehicle". Some policies have cheaper rates if only listed drivers of your household are the only ones who drive it. Check yours and change it (temporarily of course) just to make sure you're covered too.

As a "trusted neighbor" & "friend"? I think that whatever the 2 or 4 of you agree on that keeps everybody happy would be the way to go. After all....what are friends & neighbors for.
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I believe my son in law rented from Cruise America here in TX and it was $100.00 a day plus $0.35 a mile for a Medium sized Class C (5 passenger). There were no extras added (dishes/linen etc.). Someplace to start.
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Nothing....except to pay for any damage. That will cost him plenty. I would never loan or rent mine out.
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The vast majority of RV owners would NEVER do this.
There are countless threads like this, with over 90% against such a thing.
Too many stories of family or friends not taking care of the RV and the relationship suffers.
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Thanks. He is a very trusted neighbor with experience and is prepared to get an insurance rider on his policy to cover him for the week.
Just some thoughts. If he is as trusted as you say and willing to get an insurance rider, etc. Then I would ask for what 1/4 of what a regular monthly payment would be plus a deposit. If that is too much, then adjust from there.
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