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Travel Trailer Rentals In Kansas City Missouri

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Top Rated Travel Trailer Rentals In Kansas City, MO

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Kansas City Missouri Travel Trailer Rental Reviews

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We rented this camper while staying with family to provide additional sleeping space. We basically only used the AC and beds, though we did also make use of the propane stove and oven one evening when the power was out due to a storm. It was very comfortable, and we were able to run the main AC unit off of 15 amp house power with a plug adapter. We were not able to run both AC units at the same time without overloading the house circuit, but even with temperatures in the 90s the main AC unit was sufficient. Wes was incredibly helpful and punctual, and made sure that we had everything we needed.

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We would definitely rent this RV again. It worked great for my wife and I and our three kids on a weeklong trip.

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We were very pleased with the entire process of renting this RV. The owners were great to work with and would highly recommend renting from them...great people!!

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Summary - Don't be fooled by the price. RV is long in the tooth, so expect to have things falling apart and get hit with undisclosed fees. Details - - Spare tire - the RV spare tire is being held on with an improvised piece of metal and 2 screws (only 1 is locking). This is an undisclosed road hazard that nearly fell off during our trip. I can only imagine the damage that could have caused on the highway with anyone behind. Once we realized it kept coming loose, we were diligent about tightening it everytime we stopped. Not safe though. - Water line - one of the hoses provided to supply water leaked at both ends. It is the cheapest kind of hose possible and leaked profusely from the metal connections even after changing O rings. - No generator - Undisclosed. The description indicates that no generator use is provided for free. Don't be fooled, there is no generator, so this is confusing at best, misleading at worst. - Storage - all the water hoses, including the one used to clean the tanks (they said not to use it, but stored it right with the other ones), and 1 sewer dump hose are stored in the same compartment. We ended up having to use the one they used to clean tanks because the other hose leaked so bad. Yay! - Hitch stand - the block they used to stabilize the hitch was falling apart upon delivery (so I guess this was disclosed!), but it fell apart after our second stop. So, expect to improvise. That's part of camping I guess, but just be prepared. - Black water indicator - The black water indicator always indicates that the tank is full. That wasted quite a bit of time for us. This was obviously known by the owner, but, again, undisclosed. - Space and so much stuff - This unit has a fair amount of interior space and exterior storage, but it is chock full of their stuff - airbeds, tables, footrests, pantry items, throw pillows and more pillows, games, toys. Heck, it has so much stuff, games were stored atop the outside sink. At one stop, one of those games (which we never used) must have jostled enough to turn on the outside faucet, which made the whole back of our lot a giant puddle. There is everything you can imagine loaded in there, even the compartments outside. There was even stuff that belonged to prior renter. Just be aware. - Lots of things coming loose - from screws in the door holder and shades, to refridgerator parts, to facia on counters, to all the pictures hanging everywhere. Just expect to be chasing parts all around this thing as you roll along. Awning - The vinyl on the awning is peeling and appears quite worn. So, much so that we didn't use it again once we saw that, for fear that it wouldn't survive even the slightest breeze. You have been warned. Cleaning - Despite a thorough walk-through upon delivery (that I believe only discovered 1 chapstick that we left behind amongst all their stuff) and no mention of any problems with the condition or cleanliness, we were hit with a cleaning fee. The amount must have just been of their choosing because there was no mention of it prior at all. Damage - despite the condition of this RV, I was also hit with a damage fee. I didn't see or note it prior, so that's on me. But to hit me with the full body shop/what you charge an insurance company amount is a little ridiculous all things considered. Lessons learned from this RVShare experience, I guess. Probably worth 1.5, but I rounded down due to the general rudeness of the owner and his general inability to answer questions fully or timely. Good luck and happy travels.

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