Aiming to be the best for Quality and Safety

 

Aiming to be the best campervan hire company in New Zealand can be hard work!

Our campervans are well maintainedEvery winter we do a thorough inspection of all the campervans to maintain our high-quality levels. We review the state of everything, including chairs, tables, pots and pans. If something doesn’t meet our high standards it will be replaced.

We deep clean the upholstery, spray locks and runners, and do technical (preventive) repairs to ensure all is in tip top shape for your hire.

Our campervans are mechanically sound
When we have finished the inside, next stop is the auto mechanic.

We have a good friendship with George who runs a local mechanic shop in Haruru ( AA certified, MTA member). He knows exactly what we are looking for. Running campervans commercially, our standards are higher than private use where you can sometimes take a shortcut!

George does preventive maintenance to eliminate (or at least minimize) technical breakdowns when the campervans are on hire.

What happens if my motorhome has a fault during the trip?
Unfortunately,  breakdowns can sometimes happen whilst being on the road even though we have done our very best to prevent this.

In the rare case there is a problem, we have 24/7 breakdown backup provided by the AA to ensure your holiday does not come to an unexpected end.

We work hard over winter to keep up the quality and safety which you expect renting a campervan for your New Zealand adventure… Come and experience yourself, we are now taking bookings for the new season.

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