Originally Posted by gbaglo
I hope you have adequate insurance for commercial use.
Last year I received a message from my RV insurer (Aviva), including this:
Did you know that your RV insurance is null and void as soon as you exchange money for use of your RV? That's right, you're not only on the hook for liability, damage and theft of your unit while someone else is renting your trailer, your entire policy is void.
We're changing that.
When you rent through Outdoorsy, you'll be covered for collision, damage, theft, and liability. Your personal RV policy will remain in effect and you'll be protected.
This varies by company and regulatory jurisdiction, of course. In the case of my company and my location (Alberta), rental is okay only if managed through the specific agency with which they have an arrangement.
There isn't necessarily a problem here, but it is something which I would be careful to check.