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Cliff's RVshare Story

image description Cliff Camarillo, California
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What do you do for a living?

I own an entertainment company.

Why did you decide to start renting your RV with RVshare?

I saw my RV sitting in storage as I made the payment. I thought someone else should have the enjoyment of my RV and help me make the payment.

How long did it take for people to start inquiring on renting your RV?

One week.

How many rentals have you booked so far?

Four.

What’s the total amount of money those rentals added up to?

$3,500.00 so far.

What were you expecting singing up for RVshare?

$12k per year.

What concerns did you have about renting your RV?

Keeping it nice, clean and new.

What would you say to someone else who’s considering renting their RV on RVshare?

Follow the RVshare instructions. Document operational instructions with written, pictorial and video instruction.

Is there anything else you would like other RV owners to know?

Makes the payment, added income.

What are the biggest benefits of renting your RV?

Show your RV to your client before renting. Gives you the opportunity to get to know who your renting too. Set your rules and expectations before the rental so your client knows what to expect: - Full fuel - Full propane - Clean inside and out - Allotted mileage and generator time

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