The process of booking your RV or camper rental can seem complicated, but Worldwide Campers is here to help plan your ideal RV vacation and make the booking process easier. Below are answers to frequently asked questions, but feel free to contact our customer service team for additional information or advice.
Making a reservation with Worldwide Campers
First, choose an RV or campervan that suits your budget, travel party size and travel preferences. Next, select your city and click “search” for a list of available vehicles. All vehicles are shown in order of pricing, from lowest to highest. If you would like more information on the supplier or the RV/camper model, you click on ‘camper details’ or ‘conditions’.
Worldwide Campers has a partnership with 11 US suppliers. Some are well-known companies with many rental locations in the country, like Cruise America, Apollo and Road Bear RV. But we also work with smaller specialists, like Campervan North America and Escape. We offer a wide range of options like budget friendly RV’s and campervans, from Jucy, Travellers Autobarn and Cruise America to new luxury vehicles from Road Bear RV and Star RV. More information on specific suppliers and their vehicles can be found on our RV & Camper Suppliers page.
Your vehicle type is only guaranteed at the time of a paid booking. We work with our suppliers to check availability and make a preliminary hold for a period of 48 hours at the time of your quote. Should the vehicle you have chosen not be available at the time of a confirmed booking we will offer you a comparable alternative.
Driver’s license and travel documents
Travel company (children / pets)
About your vehicle
– Cabover bed: bed above the driving cabin, which is generally permanent/fixed as a bed. This bed cabin will have a shorter height/head space.
– Double bed: permanent/fixed bed usually located in the back of the main cabin. Double beds are often near the bathroom and may have a rounded corner to ease the walkway to the bathroom.
– Dinette bed: the dining table can be removed and this area transforms into a bed.
– Queen bed: a large, detached bed in the back of the cabin, usually in a separate bedroom.
– Bunk beds: stacked single beds in the back of the cabin – a favorite with kids!
Beds do not include linens. A personal kit is available at an additional cost and consists of individual bedding including sheets, blanket, pillows, pillowcases, washcloths and towels. These kits are intended for individual use and are recommended per person. If you do not want to purchase personal kits you will need to supply your own bedding, pillows and linens.
Extras, add-ons and additional services
This fee is for the pre-servicing of your RV rental. The supplier ensures the waste and water tanks are emptied, propane gas bottles are filled, all mechanical servicing is done including (oil, tires, windows, etc.) and the vehicle is thoroughly cleaned prior to your rental.
The convenience kit contains items such as basic cooking equipment, eating utensils, cleaning equipment, first aid kit, toilet chemicals, road maps, fire extinguisher. Contents of the Convenience Kit may vary by supplier. Please refer to the terms and conditions of your preferred supplier on our RV & Camper Suppliers page for more information on the content of the convenience kit.
A personal kit consists of individual bedding including sheets, blanket, pillows, pillowcases, washcloths and towels. These kits are intended for individual use and are recommended per person.
Read more about convenience and personal kits here.
At the rental location
Fuel: Most of our suppliers work with a “full-to-full” policy. This means you will receive the rental vehicle with a full tank, and you will also have to return it with a full tank. You will be reminded of their policies during the pick-up process.
Cleaning: The policies are that you will return it as you received it. Some suppliers do offer cleaning packages, which can be purchased at the time of pick-up. Please check terms and conditions at the location or contact us for more information.
Damages: You will check the rental vehicle together with the local supplier for any damages and report any problems that may have occurred during your rental period. If damage occurred, you will discuss any charges associated at the time of drop-off.
Overage of Miles: If you exceed your mileage package, the overage of miles will be paid at the time of drop-off pursuant to the signed rental contract. Costs vary per supplier.
During your travels
Please call the supplier immediately for any roadside assistance or report of damage to the vehicle. In the roadside assistance booklet, you will find the telephone number – and it is typically also located on your keychain. The supplier will advise you of next steps. Depending on the situation, this could mean a visit to the nearest service garage, or even being towed if the vehicle cannot be driven. In all cases, we suggest you document who you spoke to at the supplier service center as retain all receipts or invoices associated with any service or repair.
Special note: We strongly advise that you read through any travel restriction. If you experience roadside problems in an area that is restricted, you may be responsible for towing charges. (For example, traveling into or through Death Valley, CA during the summer months is prohibited.)
Your RV rental with Worldwide Campers does not contain any campground reservations. If you are traveling in peak season or your plans include camping in a national park, we advise you to reserve some campsites in advance along your route. While some areas allow you to camp free, we advice you to overnight at an established campground or RV park. Staying at a campground or RV park will offer you additional services, from basic to luxury campsites, and a range of campsite locations. Read more about campgrounds.
Tolls are the responsibility of the renter. RV and camper rentals are not equipped with a transponder or toll sticker (pass). If a toll was mistakenly not paid, the supplier may share your name and address details to the relevant toll collection agency. The toll collector will then send you an invoice directly. You are responsible for payment of the toll charge directly to the toll collection agency which can usually be done through the website of the relevant authority. In other cases, the supplier will pay the toll and in turn, the toll fee will be charged using your credit card on file. The toll may be subject to administration fees.
Any traffic violations resulting in fees or tickets will be handled in a similar way as above – either paid directly to the issuing authority or reimbursing the supplier on your behalf.