RV is a nickname given to the entire family of Recreational Vehicles that combine transportation and living quarters for recreation, camping and travel.
It is required that you stay at a hotel for the first night. This is to ensure you are refreshed and alert to understand all the features of the RV before you drive away in it.
Your motorhome must be returned in a clean condition. Clients should clean out anything that they have brought into the vehicle. Also, the waste and holding tanks have to be drained by the renter prior to the motorhome being returned.
Fraserway RV offers complimentary shuttle transfers from and to major airports and selected hotels. Click Here for a complete list. For arrival on an overseas flight, it is required that customers stay at a hotel for the first night. To schedule a shuttle transfer, please contact the departure station 3-5 days before vehicle pick-up. Shuttle service is available between 8:30 AM and 1 PM. Shuttle transfers will be prioritized on a first-come, first-serve basis.
A standard transfer from the Fraserway RV Rentals station to most airport and downtown hotels is included in your motorhome rental price.
The Fraserway shuttle bus will collect you from an airport or downtown hotel by arrangement. Your vehicle can be picked up between 9.00AM and 3.00PM. There are some national holiday exceptions. Please call the local Fraserway RV Rentals station for travel arrangements.
Vehicles must be returned (inspection ready) to the rental station between 9.00AM and 11.00AM, unless you have prior authorization from the rental station.
Yes, you can. Be aware of restrictions around what kind of food you can bring in. Check out: US Customs & Border Protection
A representative of Fraserway RV Rentals will explain all the features and responsibilities to you in your preferred language. Do not hesitate to ask any questions before driving off, as you can avoid several problems on route.
No, an international drivers license is recommended but not required.
You can purchase convenience kits which include items such as towels, sheets, camping chairs, dinner sets, cutlery sets, mugs, egg cups, glasses, comforter, duvets or sleeping bags, pillows and pillow cases, assorted kitchen utensils, flashlight, pots, pans and a kettle, axe, broom and dust pan, campground directories, can opener, clothes pins, colander or strainer, cork screw, cutlery tray, cutting board, dish cloths, floor rag, food savers, instruction manual, juice container, lighter, coffee pot and filter, mixing bowls, paring and bread knife, salad crisper, tea pot, thermos ,vegetable peeler, wastebasket, water hose, screwdriver, pliers and a wrench, road map, spouted pail.
Yes, however a one-way rental fee will be applicable and this will vary depending on the combination of pick up and drop off points. Not all city combinations are possible!
The infrastructure in Canada is generally good in quantity as well as in quality. However, campground sites at National Parks and other commonly visited tourist spots can sometimes reach capacity.
Information on campgrounds, RV parks and more helpful information can be found online at: www.koa.com,www.pccamping.ca, www.travelalberta.com, www.hellonorth.com,www.campingnovascotia.com, www.travelalaska.com
Luggage storage is available in a secured area, however, storage is at a client’s own risk.
There is no charge for additional drivers. All drivers must be present at the time of vehicle pick up and must sign the rental contract.
The renter (contract signer) and authorized second driver must be at least 25 years of age with a valid drivers licence from their country of residence. There is no maximum age limit, as long you are still allowed to drive in your country of residence with a valid national drivers licence.
Under normal circumstances it will take approx. 70 minutes. Please bear in mind that your time at our station may increase if we are experiencing a high volume of vehicle pickups.
Yes, a toll free number is provided for on the road assistance.
Not necessarily. Since our motorhomes are self-contained it would be possible to overnight anywhere, but it would not be legal in most places. Also, it is not recommended for safety reasons. Motorhomes may overnight at campgrounds or at roadside ‘rest areas’, unless otherwise stated.