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Frequently Asked Questions
We compare multiple RV rental providers. The below answers are a general guide – however, each company has its own terms and conditions, which may change from time to time. Please make sure to check the T&Cs of your rental vehicle.
What driver’s license do I need to drive an RV in Canada?
For most vehicles, you will not need a special license to drive a motorhome in Canada. You home driver’s license is enough, provided it is a permanent license and valid until the day after drop-off. If your license is not from the USA or Canada, it is required by some companies that you carry an international driver’s permit or an English translation.
What living and cooking equipment is included with the vehicles?
Kitchen items, bedding, and other equipment are packaged by most companies into ‘convenience kits’ which you can rent per person (usually at a cost of $50-$100 per person for a ‘personal kit’).
What insurance options are offered? Is a security deposit/bond required?
Typically a security deposit ($750-$7,500) is required at pick up and will be retained until the vehicle is returned and inspected. Basic liability coverage is included in all rental rates; additional coverages, that may reduce your deductible and deposit amount, are available from most rental companies.
What is the minimum rental period for RVs in Canada?The standard minimum rental period is seven days, though it can be as little as 3 and as much as 14, depending on the company. Enter your preferred start and end dates into our comparison tool, and it will show you availability across a wide range of companies.
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