26 Wildwood Pop Out
- 260 US dollars$260
- Delivered To Campsite
Brand new 2020 Wildwood. Beautiful interior, all essentials on board, flatscreen TV, lots of storage, extra large pop out and A/C.
RV RENTAL AGREEMENT This RV rental agreement (“Agreement”) is entered into by Hit The Hay RV Rentals, LLC (hereafter referred to as “Company”) and the party identified as the responsible party on the Company’s online reservation forms (hereafter referred to as “Renter”), collectively referred to herein as the “Parties” and individually referred to as “Party.” The effective date of this Agreement shall commence on the day an RV reservation is made by the Renter RECITALS WHEREAS, Hit The Hay RV Rentals, LLC is a limited liability company registered in the state of California and in the business of providing recreational vehicle rentals. WHEREAS, Renter wishes to rent a recreational vehicle for a predetermined period of time from Company. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements set forth herein and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the Parties, each intending to be legally bound hereby, do promise and agree as follows: AGREEMENT 1. RENTAL VEHICLE INFORMATION. Company, in consideration of the rental payments provided in this Agreement shall provide the recreational vehicle (“RV”) for us by the Renter. Make: Model: Year: Vehicle Identification Number: 2. DURATION OF RENTAL. The rental period shall be for the period stated in the online reservation forms Renter completed during the booking process (“Rental Period”). Should Renter determine a longer rental period is needed, Renter must contact Company to inquire as to the availability of the RV as it relates to obtaining extended reservation. Company makes no covenants regarding the availability of the RV past the initial Rental Period. 3. TERM OF AGREEMENT. Parties acknowledge, agree, and understand that their rights and obligations under this Agreement shall not terminate upon the expiration of the Rental Period, as issues giving rise to claims or demands by either party may arise after the expiration of the Rental Period, including but not limited to issues arising in relation to damage to the RV, liability concerns, and the like. 4. CHARGES. Renter agrees to pay Company based on the advertised rate, on demand for all charges due Company under this Agreement, including but not limited to: 4.1 Rental Period; 4.2 Charges for optional products or services Renter elects to purchase; 4.3 Propane; 4.4 Loss of, damage to, the RV. Such charges include the cost of repair, or the actual cash value of the RV based on valuation methods accepted by the auto insurance industry on the date of the loss if the RV is not repairable or if Company elects to not repair the RV, plus an administrative expense incurred in processing the insurance claim; 4.5 Cleaning costs if the RV is not received in the same condition as delivered; 4.6 Actual expenses incurred by Company if Company elects to repossess the RV under the terms of this Agreement. 5. SECURITY DEPOSIT. A security deposit will be held in the amount of three-hundred dollars ($300.00) (the “Security Deposit”). The Company shall use Renter’s Security Deposit to pay any amounts owed to it under this Agreement. If the amount of the Security Deposit is insufficient to satisfy all amounts due, then the Renter agrees to pay all charges in excess, either by personal check or authorized use of the credit card provided. If the amount of the Security Deposit is less than the actual amount owed to Company at the expiration of the Rental Period, Company shall refund the remainder to Renter. 6. INDEMNIFICATION. Renter agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Company from all claims, liability, costs, and attorney’s fees incurred by Company resulting from, or arising out of, the rental of this RV and the Renter’s negligent or unlawful intentional use of the RV. 7. RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGE OR LOSS; REPORTING TO POLICE. Renter is responsible for all damage to the RV, missing equipment, and Company’s administrative expenses connected with a damage claim while RV is under the possessory control of Renter. Renter is responsible for loss due to theft of the RV and all damages due to vandalism that occurs in connection with a theft, if Renter fails to exercise ordinary care while in possession of the RV. Renter is responsible for damage due to vandalism not associated with theft of the Vehicle up to a maximum of $500. Renter must report all incidents of theft or vandalism to the police as soon as Renter discovers them. Renter must report all accidents involving the RV to Company within 24 hours of occurrence. 8. PERSONAL PROPERTY AND INJURIES. Renter agrees to releases Company, its agents, employees, owners, and affiliates from all claims for loss of, or damages to, Renter’s personal property, or that of any other individual or entity, that was left or carried in the RV. Renter agrees to release Company, its agents, employees, owners, and affiliates from all claims for injury, including, without limitation, personal, bodily, or mental injury, economic loss or damage to Renter, guests, unborn children, or relatives, whether or not the injury was caused by the use of the RV, Company’s negligence, or was otherwise Company’s responsibility. 9. CONDITION OF VEHICLE. Company shall provide the RV in clean and operating condition. Should the condition of the RV be deemed unsatisfactory to Renter, Renter shall notify Company immediately upon discovery and Renter agrees to give Company a reasonable amount of time to remedy such unsatisfactory condition. Company shall receive the RV in the same condition as delivered, reasonable wear and tear expected. 10. PETS. No pets shall be allowed in the RV unless Renter obtained prior approval from Company. Failure to comply with this requirement will result in loss of the Security Deposit plus the cost of cleanup. 11. SMOKING. No smoking is allowed in the RV. Failure to comply with this requirement will result in loss of the Security Deposit plus cost of cleanup and odor remediation. 12. RELOCATION OF RV. Company shall delivery the RV to the specified location listed in the online reservation documents. Renter shall not relocate RV from the place of delivery unless first obtaining written approval from Company. The RV may only be driven by an authorized drive 25 years of age or older and possessing a valid and identifiable driver’s license. 13. CANCELLATIONS AND EARLY DEPARTURES. Shall Renter need to cancel the reservation, Renter must notify Company thirty (30) days prior to commencement of the scheduled Rental Period for a full refund of the Security Deposit. Shall Renter cancel the reservation inside of the thirty-day deadline but prior to fourteen (14) days before commencement of the scheduled Rental Period, Renter shall be entitled to a fifty percent (50%) refund of the Security Deposit. Shall renter provide notice of cancelation within fourteen (14) days of the commencement of the scheduled Rental Period, Renter shall not be entitled to any refund. The amount of the Security Deposit held Company upon cancellation shall constitute the estimated damages that Company may incur as a result of loss of business opportunity in renting the RV to another party. There are NO REFUNDS for early departures unless the early departure is the result of an energy situation, as reviewed and approved by Company. Because such amount of damages is extremely difficult to ascertain, the amount held by Company shall constitute Companies liquidated damages amount and is in no way a penalty for cancelation. 14. IMPROPER OR ILLEGAL USE OF RV. Renter acknowledges that Company may repossess the RV at Renter’s expense without notice to Renter, if the RV is abandoned or used in violation of law, RV delivery site regulations, or this Agreement. 15. WAIVER. Company’s failure to enforce any of its rights under this Agreement or at law shall not be deemed a waiver or a continuing waiver of any rights or remedies against another Party, unless such waiver is in writing and signed by the Party to be charged. 16. GOVERNING LAW, VENUE, AND ARBITRATION. This Agreement shall be interpreted and enforced according to the substantive laws of the State of California without application of its conflicts or choice of law rules. Both Parties understand, acknowledge, and agree to submit to binding Arbitration in the County of San Diego, State of California in the event a dispute arises under this Agreement. 17. SEVERABILITY. If any provision of this Agreement is determined to be invalid, void, or unenforceable, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect. 18. MODIFICATION. No term of this Agreement can be waived or modified unless approved in writing by both Parties. 19. SECTION HEADINGS. The section headings used in this Agreement are simply used as an aid for reference and readability. No section headings shall be interpreted to have legal meaning inconsistent with the body of each section. BY AGREEING TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT AND CONTINUING TO THE BILLING PORTION OF THE ONLINE REGISTRATION, RENTER ACKNOWLEDGES, UNDERSTANDS, AND AGREES TO THEIR RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS AS PRESCRIBED UNDER THIS AGREEMENT.