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Tigard Oregon Class B RV Rental Reviews
Great trip!! Emily and Dios were awesome and the Van was clean, super easy to operate and was a lot of fun. Great price, communication, and had everything you need for a great experience. It was an amazing adventure! Highly recommend checking it out!
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The van was in great condition. We had no issues with how it operated. It drove much like a small family van, and was easy to maneuver on the road. We traveled for a total of four weeks, over 5000 miles, and it had great capacity for storage. Everything we laid out to take with us fit somewhere, with room to spare. It was a nice size for the two of us, but I won't recommend traveling with more than two people. The van does include a small couch behind the driver's seat that folds into a day bed, but it wouldn't be big enough for very comfortable sleeping. However, we took two small dogs with us and they did find it very convenient and comfortable while we were driving! The kitchen is equipped with a propane cooktop burner, sink, refrigerator, and microwave. We brought along a propane grill and seemed to have everything we needed to cook some great meals at various campsites. We brought along our own mattress to lay over the fold down bed and left it in place even while driving. This proved to be much more efficient for us, keeping us from having to fold-up and fold-down the bed each night. The size of the fold-down bed gave each of us plenty of space for comfortable sleeping. The utility hook-ups and services were conveniently located on the driver's side and were easy to connect to any of the site utilities we encountered. Connecting the 30-amp service, refilling the water tank, and dumping the black and gray water was an easy process. One criticism was the absence of a screen door for the sliding door assembly. Apparently a previous renter has walked through the screen door and it had to be removed. We missed having this at many campsites because if required that we keep the slider shut at all times to prevent bugs from entering the van.