When you return your RV in Canada, you'll need to remember a few things so you can avoid any delays or additional charges during the returns process. If this is your first time renting an RV, here is a checklist to help you:
Before you leave the campground, make sure you dispose of any food and additional trash. You'll need to empty the holding and grey water tanks completely.
You'll need to clean the interior of the vehicle, which includes wiping down the benches, cleaning the shower and toilet, clearing the refrigerator, and washing any used cutlery.
You must fill the fuel and propane tanks before you return your RV. These tanks need to be completely full if you want to avoid extra charges, so make sure you check the tank indicators.
Make sure you check all the storage cabinets inside the RV to make sure you have all of your personal items with you. If you fail to claim any items left behind, they could be discarded.
It is a good idea to arrange your transport from the RV depot in advance, particularly if you are heading to an airport. Some RV rental companies offer shuttles to the airport and other designated locations for a fee, but others don't. In some cases you'll need to arrange your own transportation.