If you have never driven a motorhome before, no problem. All of our motorhomes are Class C “cabovers”, simply a home built on a van chassis, and most of our guests tell us it’s as easy as driving a car. Here are answers to some common questions to help you become more comfortable with your home on wheels.
my RV be hard to drive?
No—it will be similar to driving a van or a pick-up. For most of our
guests, this is a first experience with an RV, and they give us high ratings
for “ease of driving.”
haven’t driven an RV before. Will you teach me
what to do?
Yes; every guest is given a very thorough orientation on operation of the RV
before setting out. You’ll be able to reach us at our toll-free Roadside
Assistance number if you have further questions.
what will my RV be like?
How big and what layout?
Our fleet of Class C motorhomes are late-model, with 5-speed automatic overdrive
Depending on the size of your
party, your preferences and vehicle availability, it
will be between 21 and 31 feet long, and will sleep 2
to 6 people. The larger models provide plenty of room
and privacy for families and other guests.
the driver’s cab like?
You have a tilt wheel, two captain’s chairs with arm rests, power assisted steering, ABS power brakes and cruise control. The turning radius is remarkably short so driving will be easy, comfortable and safe. The cab has air conditioning and AM/FM stereo with CD player.
about the living area?
All our RVs have a shower, bathroom, full galley, dinette, storage areas, and comfortable beds. They have roof air conditioning and a furnace with automatic thermostat control, water heater, range with oven and/or a microwave oven and a large refrigerator/freezer. In short, all the comforts of home.
supplies and equipment?
With our optional housekeeping package, just about everything you need is supplied; towels for bath and kitchen, sheets, blankets and pillows. The kitchen is stocked with pots, pans, utensils, glassware, flatware, serving and storage dishes, electric toaster and an automatic coffeemaker.
is the driving in Alaska?
Much like driving any two-lane rural highway in the “Lower 48”. There’s less traffic and more road construction. Roads are sometimes bumpier. Some roads are deemed hazardour and travel on them is restricted. These are identified on your rental contract.
if I need assistance?
You’re not alone out there. You may call our special toll-free number, 16 hours a day, 7 days a week for Roadside Assistance. We’ll help you solve the problem, or get you to someone who can.