- 2007 Four Winds Hurricane
- Class A Motor Home
- Sleeps 8
- Length 35 ft.
Class A, 35ft, Excellent running condition, low miles, new tires, In-Motion Satellite TV (Direct TV), 3-DVD's, Dual A/C's, Full Refrigerator, Microwave, Stove, Shower, Toilet, sleeps 8, multiple TVs and more.
The RV is furnished with dishes and linen and other items you may need to enjoy your trip, minus food and your personal toiletries. Everyone must conduct a viewing & test drive BEFORE rental.
Free, secure parking is available during your rental.
- Minimum Age: 25
- Pet Friendly: No
- Wheelchair Accessible: No
- Smoking Allowed: No
- Pick Up Anytime After: 6:00 AM
- Drop Off By: 6:00 PM
- Transmission: Automatic
- Cruise Control: Yes
- Power Steering: Yes
- Engine: Triton V-10
- Fresh Water Tank: Yes
|Electric Generator||Range (Stove)|
|CD Player||Fire Extinguisher|
|Rear Vision Camera||Roof Air Conditioning|
|Slide Out||In Dash Air Conditioning|
|DVD Player||AM/FM Radio|
|Hot & Cold Water Supply|
- $175.00 / nightly
- $1,050.00 / weekly
- Minimum Nights: 3
- Refundable damage deposit: $500.00
- Excess mileage: $0.15/mile
- Insurance: $19.95/day (sales tax not included)
- 75 miles per night included with rental
- Unlimited generator usage included with rental for free.
- Advanced Notice: at least 3 nights notice (contact owner for more immediate reservations)
- Maximum Trip Length: 20 nights (contact owner for longer reservations)
***Flat mileage rate for net miles in excess of 2,500***
-Generator Charge: 0.00 per hour of use.
-Cleaning Charge: $75.00 if not returned clean, interior and all under coach luggage compartments. Exterior wash not necessary.
-Dumping Charge: $50.00 dumping charge if black and gray tanks are not emptied upon return.
-Fuel Tank: $25.00 plus fuel costs if gas fuel is not topped off upon return.
-Propane Tank: $50.00 plus fuel costs if propane tank not topped off upon return.
-Potable Water: $25.00 if potable water is not returned full.
-The RV must be returned NLT 6 pm to avoid an additional nightly rental fee.
Response from Rodney
Thank you Patrick, it was my pleasure to assist you. Good luck with your career after TBS! OohRah!
Towels, bedding all clean and in very good condition. Including kitchen utensils is a plus! We had a maintenance item come up while enroute, but the owner was very communicative and helpful in working with us to resolve it.
Our family had the misfortune of selecting R@B's 35 foot Hurricane for a 2 week vacation. we rented the RV through RV Share. I met Rodney on the test drive/orientation and he was pleasant throughout assuring me that we was available anytime help was needed.
The RV we rented, the Hurricane, which is appropriately named was a 2007 model. We had multiple mechanical issues with the van throughout the trip and was calling Rodney to update him on the situation, and ask for any advice or hints to address the issues as they came up. After the 3rd call, Rodney asked us to stop calling. He was on a cruise with his wife.......He suggested calling roadside assistance. Amazing.
We called roadside assistance. They informed us that they would pay for the tow to get it to a shop but we would be responsible for the repair work. We opted for a mobile RV service to get us back on the road and paid the $388 bill.
Below is a copy of the email we sent we sent to Rodney that were wrong with the RV:
I will drop off the RV tomorrow at 0830.
I will be bringing you a copy of the receipt from the technician that came out to retract the levelers and dining room extension ($388). He advised the retractable stairs are misaligned. Additionally, he inspected the generator. It is leaking. He said you are welcome to call with any questions.
The following is a list of problems we encountered on our trip. While we understand things can go wrong, the following list goes well beyond the acceptable:
No owners manual for vehicle.
Main A/C unit was out for a day. (Bedroom circuit breaker popped) Owners manual needed at a minimum and a heads up on the location of the breakers would have been helpful. (We have been running with minimal wattage being used (Refrigerator on Lowest setting. No accessories plugged in.)
Bulkhead A/C intermittent. (May be the result of leaking)
Generator circuit breaker trips with regularity at random intervals.
Generator leaking oil.
Radio intermittent flashing, powers off and on at times. (Probably associated with leaking RV)
RV leaks when raining. It leaks into the front TV console. Many of our troubles began during a heavy rain
The backup camera is dead. I know you showed me how to reconnect it, it disconnects shortly after reconnecting.
Shower drains very slowly.
Auto levelers not usable.
Dining room bump freezes and will neither extend/retract at times.
Crack damaged trim piece behind drivers seat with nails sticking out tore one of my shirts.
We dumped the grey and black lines, but black line still indicates 1/2 full. Apparently the previous renters swifter wipe is still stuck in there.
Probably the most disturbing thing that happened on the trip was when the dining room extension deployed while we were driving. We were on a 2 lane country road with traffic coming the opposite direction. It put us at risk for having an accident. I would suggest brief the extension locks to all renting customers. Your text stating you do not inform renters of the locks because they forget them could lead to a claim of negligence.
We would like to settle this matter amicably. After speaking with my wife, we expect a $1400 refund in addition to the $500 security deposit. The problems we had with this vehicle on the trip took the most important asset we had....our time. If you agree to this please bring a personal check......
It only got worse from there.....
PS. When returning the RV, the owner asked where his tracking device was. I was not aware of any tracking device and said as much. I found the comment to be bothersome and an invasion of privacy. I took the time to look up Virginia law regarding tracking devices. Its listed below:
§ 18.2-60.5. Unauthorized use of electronic tracking device; penalty.
A. Any person who installs or places an electronic tracking device through intentionally deceptive means and without consent, or causes an electronic tracking device to be installed or placed through intentionally deceptive means and without consent, and uses such device to track the location of any person is guilty of a Class 3 misdemeanor.
Response from Rodney
I appreciate your feedback and I am thankful RV share now provides an opportunity for owners to reply. I will not attempt to address all of your statements as most are contradictory and disingenuous:
You knew I would be unavailable; you were provided a User’s Guide; you did not switch on the Coach Battery during your trip; you over-filled the generator reservoir and RV share covers the Road-side assistance, not me.
I cannot solve issues due to lack of comprehension and communication.