Policies For Owners
Last updated September 2019
Initial Mechanical Assessment
Before listing your van, GoCamp recommends that you get a mechanical assessment so that you can be assured your van is in good working order. For a thorough review, ask your mechanic for a “pre-purchase inspection.”
The mechanical assessment you may opt to do before listing is simply a measure of mechanical soundness at a specific point in time. You should also plan on having your vehicle inspected and/or serviced every 90 days. You should routinely check the health of your auxiliary battery and change or top off fluids like oil, coolant, etc. on a regular basis. You should also actively monitor your tires for air pressure and wear. Check your brakes, your electrical systems and your propane tanks if relevant. How often? Before each rental is not too frequent; every 90 days is recommended!
You provide GoCamp with information such as your VIN, mileage, value, location, size, features, availability, pricing, and add-ons offered. Renters will be able to rely on the information in your listing when booking and using your camper van. You agree that the information you provide is truthful and accurate. You agree that you are the owner of the van; we do not create listings for third-parties, only for individual owners.
GoCamp has partnered with one of the nation’s leading peer-to-peer car sharing sites, Outdoorsy, so that when you list with GoCamp, you are also listing with Outdoorsy. Outdoorsy serves as a great secondary marketing channel. You will have two listings – one on GoCamp and one on Outdoorsy. Your reservation calendar will automatically synch on both sites and GoCamp will manage both. You agree to not maintain a separate listing on Outdoorsy. GoCamp may also manage a listing for you on other sites to maximize your exposure.
So that we can best represent you and your van, we ask that you not independently list your vehicle on any other sites or otherwise accept rentals outside of the GoCamp system.