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Mohave County Arizona Class C RV Rental Reviews
This was our first experience with RVShare. We had a wonderful trip in Christina's RV to Sedona and the Grand Canyon. The space worked really well for our family of four and the RV drove very well. Christina was so easy going and communication was great. She was always ready to answer our questions. We were a little disappointed that the RV wasn't cleaned more thoroughly for our arrival and it did smell of smoking. We also ended up taking a lot of our own kitchen stuff with us as. But I think all of these things are easily fixed and it's definitely a great value for money vacation.
The RV was nearly new and just as advertised, no issues at all. This made our first ever experience smooth
Ryan and his father are awsome! The rv was very clean and perfect for 5 adults. They are so kind and very helpful. It was great trip!
This was our first time renting an RV. We had an incredible road trip from Vegas through to Utah and back in this rental unit. It was a great way to travel and take in all the state has to offer. The unit was incredibly clean, it smelled so fresh when we picked it up. From the floors to the bedding, towels, etc. we were VERY impressed with the care and attention the owners put into their unit. Being a 2004, it was in great shape. It was relatively easy to use, was well equipped with spices, cooking oil, pots & pans, clean towels and linens. The chairs and table for outside were a nice touch. There was a hammock and sleeping bags too. The BBQ supplied is charcoal style. The instruction manual was handy to reference to make sure we were doing things correctly. One thing to note is that although there is an awning in the pictures, it is broken and not able to be used, it is not actually listed in the text description, but because we saw a picture of it, we just assumed it was part of the unit. We didn't need it because it was cool out when we were traveling, but something to be aware of if travelling in warmer months. We did have some troubles though, the CO2 alarm went off 6 of the 9 nights, and we could not figure out why (even nights with the stove and furnace both off and the RV plugged in, the alarm would go off around 3/4am not allowing us to sleep very well during our vacation). Because we were 8 hours away from the owners location in Vegas, we just dealt with constantly springing out of bed in the middle of the night and pressing the reset button repeatedly until it stopped. Other minor things included a wiper blade broke during our trip- luckily it didn't rain and we didn't need the wipers. A light bulb for the outdoor porch light also wasn't working but there were extra bulbs supplied in the RV so we easily replaced it. Being an older unit, these sorts of things were expected along the way. We let the owners know of the malfunctions when we got back. They are very kind people and seem to take really good care of their RV and were going to look into why the sensor was going off and trying to fix it.