2010 Livin Lite Quicksilver 6.0
Look at this cute little bugger! This 2010 Livin' Lite Quicksilver 6.0 is perfect for that couple that seeks adventure but maybe doesn't have a rig to pull a larger camper. At 620lbs dry weight this little guy can be pulled by almost anyt...
Our names are Morgan and Robin. We live in Central Minnesota and have spent years taking roads trips...
- Year - 2010
- Manufacturer - Livin Lite
- Make - Quicksilver
- Model - 6.0
- Class - Pop-up Camper
- Sleeps - 2
- Total Number of Beds - 1
- Length - 10.0 ft
- Height - 96.0 ft
- Gross weight - 1,200.0 lbs
- Cargo weight - 580.0 lbs
- Dry weight - 620.0 lbs
- Dual Battery - No
- Electrical Service - ?*
- Fresh Water Tank - ?*
- Length - 10.0 ft
- Electric Generator*
- Hot and Cold Water Supply*
Rules & Policies
- No pets allowed
- No smoking allowed
Rates & Availability
Any post trip fees incurred, including overages for mileage or generator use, are subject to an administrative fee and any taxes required by law.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cancellation policy for this RV?
Owners have the ability to choose between three different cancellation policies: strict, standard, or flexible. You can find the details of the cancellation policy for this RV in the Rules and Policies section.
Is this RV covered by the RVshare Protection Plan?
The RVshare Protection Plan is activated on RV listings by the owner. If this RV is covered you can find the Insurance and Protection price in the Rates and Availability section. The cost for coverage will also be listed on your quote.
Can I get a discount for booking a longer trip?
Some owners offer discounted rates for weekly or monthly stays. You can find the rates for this listing and if discounts are available in the Rates and Availability section.
Are there restrictions on mileage or generator usage?
Mileage and generator hours that are included in a rental vary by listing. You can view the nightly mileage and generator hours that are included when renting this RV, as well as fees for excess mileage and generator usage, in the Rates and Availability section.