Prosser RV Rentals
Danny's Campers
Prosser's Premium RV Outlet
Sales Lot:  14003 Leetsbir Road, Sturtevant, WI  53177  (866) 820-7243
Rental Lot:  6146 S. Howell Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53207 (414) 766-0987 after 9 AM
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How much does a rental cost?

All of the prices and terms for motorhome rentals can be found on our web site. Use On-Line Reservation Quote Request procedure and you can check availability and reserve on-line. Back to top

What is the cost of mileage?

An estimated mileage charge will apply to your rental. The charge will be a per night charge based on 100 miles for a local rental and 250 miles for a one-way rental. The rate is 34¢ per mile. At the end of the rental you will be refunded for any excess mileage charges, or be charged at the rate of 34¢ for additional miles in excess of the estimated mileage. Prosser RV does reserve the right to modify the estimated mileage charge based on the type of rental.Back to top

What deposits are required?

Upon confirmation, a Ten Percent (10%) reservation down payment is charged to your credit card. This deposit will be applied toward your rental charges. A security deposit of $1000 and the remaning balance of the estimated rental charges are payable at departure by cash or credit card. Personal checks and ATM cards are NOT accepted. For certain rental applications, damage deposits may be increased at Prosser RV's sole discretion. Upon return, all extra charges, if any, are balanced against the security deposit and reservation deposit and the remaining balance of the deposits are then credited back to you.

Notice: Estimated rental charge prepayment may be required in full in advance for special rental events, such as music festivals, auto race events, and gatherings in remote areas, at Prosser RV's sole discretion. Back to top

Is there a charge for the generator?

Yes. The generator charge is $3.50 per hour. You can save on this expense by staying in locations that have electrical hookups and not leaving the generator running when you are not in the vehicle.Back to top

What kind of gas mileage will we get?

Mileage depends on the size of the motorhome and the driving conditions. Generally, you will get between 7 and 13 miles per gallon (between 3 and 6 kilometres per litre). Back to top

Do I need a special driver's license to drive a motorhome?

All you need is to be 25 years of age or older and possess a valid driver's license. No special endorsement is needed.  Back to top

When can I pick up the motorhome?

Prosser RV is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pick up of your RV is strictly by appointment.  The normal pick up time is between 1 and 4 p.m. (BY Appointment - please call a few days in advance to make an appointment for picking up your RV) and the normal return time is between 9 and 11 a.m. Rental Centers are closed on Sundays and Holidays, however, if you are electing the otherwise optional Pre-Paid Package (for Dumping, Cleaning, and Propane) then, with prior approval, we will accommodate an Off-Hours return.  Please call your local rental center to discuss. Before you finalize any plans for pick up or return on the weekend, please confirm the locations hours of operations with us or the rental center. Back to top

What kind of motorhomes do you rent?

Our web site lists all of the types and sizes of vehicles we rent. We rent Class-C motorhomes.  These are the "cab-over style" units.  Our motorhomes come equipped with a dinette that can fold into a bed, a cab-over sleeping area, a rear bedroom, a bathroom with a sink, shower, and toilet, a kitchenette with an, stove, microwave, and refrigerator. A water heater, roof mounted air-conditioner, and propane furnace are also built into the motorhomes.  The motorhome does not come equipped with bedding or cookware. You could rent that from us or provide your own. Back to top

Is it difficult to drive a motorhome?

Motorhomes, handle much like a car, especially the "C" class which has a van chassis. Back to top

Are motorhomes difficult to hook up?

No. At departure you will be given a 15 minute familiarization tour and learn how to hook it up and operate appliances, and be shown a video at most rental centers.    Back to top

Does the motorhome come equipped with pots and pans?

No, but we rent 2 types of packages for bedding and cookware.  Note: these must be ordered at least ten days prior to your departure to ensure availability.

  • The Personal Kit costs $50 per person, for the duration of the trip. It includes a sleeping bag or blanket, pillow, pillowcase, flat sheet, bath towel, washcloth and dishtowel. All items must be returned at end of trip.
  • The Vehicle Provisioning Kit costs $100 per vehicle, also for the duration of the trip. It includes a flashlight, can opener, broom, plastic pail, spatula, cooking spoon, cooking fork, coffee cups, tumblers, plates, soup bowls, silverware, tea kettle, colander, mixing bowl, and a cookware set. All items must be returned clean at end of trip.

Besides the rental cost are there any other charges I will incur?

There is tax on the rental charges and any kits you order. The generator fee is will be collected upon return of the rental. You will also be asked to pay fuel and cleaning/dumping deposits at the time of pick-up. We do have a pre-paid program for Cleaning, Propane, and Emptying of Holding Tanks.  Unless paid services have been arranged for at the time that you pick up the motorhome - you are required to return the motorhome clean inside and out, propane refilled, and the holding tanks empty and flushed (leave the valves open and the cap off).  Back to top

Does the motorhome come with a TV, VCR or stereo?

There is a TV with DVD Player, and an antenna for local programming. Yes, there is an AM/FM radio with a cassette player or CD player in the dash. Back to top

Are there roll-out awnings on the motorhome?

Yes, however, the awnings are disabled and not available for use. We suggest you bring a canopy if you need shade or check with the RV park if you are staying in one. Back to top

Are pets allowed in the motorhomes?

Pets are welcomed at Prosser RV. As a rental Customer you agree to clean up after your pet and return unit in same condition as received, or be subject to a cleaning fee up to $250. Back to top

Is there a limit to how many people can ride in the motorhome?

The Small motorhome can hold a total of five people, the Large motorhome can hold total of eight people.

Prosser RV wants you to have an enjoyable and safe vacation experience. Part of that experience is getting the right vehicle to meet your needs.

We realize that our customers use our vehicles for many purposes. Some examples:

  • As a comfortable means of travel not sleeping in them
  • For "spare bedrooms" and not drive them.
  • For on-site hospitality at special events like automobile races.
  • As mobile offices.
  • The possible uses are as numerous as your needs

In addition to many uses, there are a myriad of Federal, State and Local ordinances they may restrict the use of may be in conflict.

Lastly there are no universal standards that apply to Recreational vehicles.

We understand the confusion these situations create. Therefore, we recommend the following:

  • Never exceed the maximum capacity as posted in the actual vehicle you will be using. Maximum capacity includes the vehicle, all fluids, all occupants and their gear.
  • All passengers should use the provided seat belts. The total number of seat belts will vary according the vehicle and according to the floor plan of the actual vehicle you are using.
  • Child safety seats should be used where applicable. the installation and use of these seats should follow the recommendation of the child seat manufacturer.
  • Overhead areas designed only for sleeping should not be occupied while the vehicle is in motion.
  • The vehicle should be properly secured prior to travel. This includes locking the doors and dead-bolting them where applicable. Stow the entry step and secure the outside compartments.
  • We ask that you use good judgment and prudence in your decisions

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You Are Required To Comply With Applicable Law

Where can I rent a motorhome?

At present, we are renting our motorhomes from our Milwaukee location. Delivery and retrieval of your rented motorhome is available for an addtional fee. Back to top

Are there facilities close to the rental center where we can purchase supplies, propane and dispose of holding tank contents?

Yes. Back to top

Can I park my car at your rental center while we travel?

Parking of a "normal" size passenger car is available for $12.00 per night.  Fees for larger vehicles (i.e. trucks, etc.) will be more. Back to top

Can we leave our luggage at the rental location?

This is not a problem, but again, please call to discuss. Anything left at the rental center is at your own risk. Back to top

Are we allowed to travel into Canada (or vice versa)?

US registered RVs may enter Canada and return to the US  One way rentals between the two countries are not allowed. Canadian residents are not allowed to rent a US registered vehicle in the US and enter Canada. Back to top

Are we allowed to travel into Mexico?

NO! Back to top

Can we travel one way to our destination or do we have to travel round trip?

One Way reservations are available, however, drop fees will apply. One-way rentals will, in most cases, be more expensive than round-trip rentals.   Please call to dicuss.  Back to top

How do I pay for the rental?

All payment be done with a major credit card. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. This payment policy is very strict and there are no exceptions. Back to top

Can I tow my car or boat behind the motorhome?

No. We allow a maximum tongue weight of 200 lbs. and a maximum gross weight of 2500 lbs. Towing also costs $15 per day extra. You will need to inform us of your intentions to tow, so we can reserve a motorhome specifically with a receiver hitch. Back to top

How much does it cost to stay in campgrounds?

Campground rates vary based on time of year and what facilities they offer. Generally you can expect to pay between $10 and $75 per night.  You may want to check ahead of time with the campgrounds that intend to stay at.  Back to top

What kind of facilities might a campground offer?

A partial list of commonly found facilities would include: electric, water, sewer hook-ups, washer, dryer, swimming pool, playground, BBQ pits, on-site convenience store. A 30 Amp site (electric) with water hook-up may make your stay more enjoyable.  If you plan to stay in one place for more that a couple of days you may want to reserve a site with sewer access also.  Back to top

Is it possible to travel in the winter in the colder areas?

Yes, however, in locations with harsh winter weather, our motorhomes are "winterized" from approximately November to March. This means we have completely drained the water and holding tanks. This will prevent the tanks and pipes from freezing and bursting. If you chose water in the motorhome during your Winter trip please contact the rental center to discuss.  Fees for re-winterizing at the end of the trip will apply.  Alternately, you may leave the unit winterized and use the toilette by flushing it with windshield washer fluid which is an antifreeze.  You will need to exercise extreme care while traveling in a "de-winterized" motorhome during frigid weather. You will need to run the heater at all times to protect the tanks and pipes from freeze damage, or in extreme cases you would need to put RV Anti-Freeze in the water and holding tanks (by doing so, you may not use any water systems). If the pipes or tanks were damaged from freezing, it is considered negligent damage and you will be responsible for the full cost of all repairs. If you have any more questions on the rental policies during winter, please contact the rental center where your trip would originate. They can provide you with specific information. Back to top

Are there any places we cannot take the motorhome?

Yes. Travel in Death Valley and other desert areas are not allowed during the hot months. Also vehicles are not allowed on logging or other non-public roads such as the Apache Trail in Arizona. Check with your pick up location for any local restrictions. Back to top

What if I return the vehicle before the date it is due?

No refunds will be made for early returns or late pick ups. Back to top

What if I am late in returning the vehicle?

The vehicle is overdue after 11:00 AM on the date of return. A fee of $25 per hour will be charged for each hour you are late. Please notify the rental center if you will be late in returning. Back to top

Do you have baby car seats and cribs available?

No. Please plan to bring your own car seats. Back to top

Is it safe to drink the water from the motorhome tank?

No, we do not recommend this. It is difficult to know if the water is potable when you fill the tank at a variety of locations. We recommend you use bottled water for drinking and cooking. The water from the tank is fine for washing and bathing. Back to top

What if I am involved in an accident?

You must call the toll free number provided you at your departure within 24 hours of an accident and make a full report in writing as well as file a police report. Back to top

What if the motorhome breaks down?

Please call the 24-hour toll free travelers assistance line. All repairs in excess of $75 must have prior approval from our travelers assistance department.  Back to top

Is there a ladder so we can get on the roof to watch the race?

No one is allowed to go onto the roof of the motorhome. Back to top

Are there bike racks?

Yes, Bike Racks (carriers) are available for rent. Check with the rental center where you will be picking up. Back to top

Are there levelers provided?

No.Back to top

Can you pick me up/ drop me off at the airport?

You must arrange your own transportation to and from the airport. You may call the rental center where you are picking up for recommendations of transit options. Back to top

What if I have to cancel my reservation?

You may cancel your Class-C Motorhome reservation up to 10 days prior to the scheduled pick-up date, however by so doing, you forfit your initial reservation deposit.  Cancelling within the 10 day window (or not showing up to pick up your motorhome) results in an immediate charge of the balance of nightly rental fees that you had previously reservedBack to top