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Returning an RV in the US

Returning an RV in the US

Are you wondering how to return your RV? There are a few things that you do need to remember. VroomVroomVroom has put together this super easy guide for you so that your experience is simple and efficient!

What extra charges will I have to pay when I return my RV?

It is important to remember that the condition you pick up your RV in should be the same you are returning it in. For example, if you return your RV without a full tank of fuel, if it is not clean or in good condition will therefore mean that extra charges will be added.

What do I need to do before I return the vehicle?

Returning the RV on time is something that needs to be planned. Make sure you are allowing enough time to get back so no extra fees are charged to you. Another thing to keep in mind is the condition of the RV - make sure it's clean and in the same condition it was in when you picked it up.  

Return Checklist

When you return your RV in the US, there are a few things you need to ensure so you aren't charged any additional fees. Take a look below at what you need to do before you return your RV in the US.

  • Keep the vehicle clean: The quality of the vehicle needs to be how it was when you picked it up. Clean down all the surfaces, wipe down the benches, clean the shower and any other areas that have been used frequently and may be dirty.
  • Don't forget to dispose the waste: Ensure that there is no rubbish left in the vehicle and that the holding and grey water tanks are completely empty.
  • Make sure the fuel and propane tanks are full: Not only does the fuel tank need to be full, the propane tank also does. If they aren't you will be charged extra fees.
  • Remove all your possessions from the vehicle: Always do one last check of the vehicle for any possessions.

When you return your RV . . .

Ensure that you have followed the correct return procedures so you don't need to pay any extra charges. Make sure the RV is in the condition you picked the RV up in, that it is clean, the waste is removed and the fuel and propane tanks are full.