When you return your RV, there are a few things you will need to remember. If you return your vehicle late, or with any additional damage, you could face extra charges. VroomVroomVroom has put together a guide to help you return your RV and avoid any unnecessary charges.
When you return your RV in Canada, there are a few extra charges that you could potentially have to pay. For example, if you have returned the RV without a full tank of fuel, you will be charged. There are also cleaning fees if you haven't returned the vehicle in a reasonable condition. Late return fees also apply if you do not bring the vehicle back to the depot on time.
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You'll need to plan your route to make sure you arrive at the depot on time, and arrange your own onward transportation as the RV rental company does not generally provide transfers to airports or train stations.
You'll need to dispose of all your rubbish, and clean the interior of the RV. This also involves draining the grey water tanks, which must be completely empty upon return of the vehicle. Make sure you take all your personal belongings with you when you return the vehicle.
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