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RV Rentals of Orlando's Consignment or Leaseback Management Program is designed to allow current and new RV owners to earn income from their RV while retaining the use of it when they want to go camping. This program is for owners with RV's in excellent condition. This program is perfect for the owner who can't use his/her RV but a few times a year. It's also perfect for RV owners who owe more than the Motor Home can be sold for. Depending on the unit, owners can make an average of over $15,000.00 from rental of their unit. In addition to the income, there are many tax benefits to this program. You supply the RV and we do all the rest. We have the renters and the most stringent screening process in the industry. We maintain the unit, collect the rental fees and damage deposits and send the owner an itemized statement and check once a month.


If you're interested in learning more about this program, e-mail us or call us 407-473-9311 today.


We Consider all Class A & Class C RV's 2006 & newer with extended warranty & a 1 year agreement for our basic rental program. To be eligible for the Advance Commission Program your RV must be a 2010 or newer with an extended warranty & a 1 year agreement.


Tax Benefits

Below are the reasons we have several owners that have several units in our program. You'll be able to enjoy the following tax benefits:

  • Deprecation: Most of our customers use a 5 year depreciation schedule for income tax purpose. You can take 52 % during the first 2 years alone.

  • Expenses:  You'll be able to deduct insurance premiums, maintenance costs, and any upgrades you may want on your motor home. Plus, a vacation in your motor home when you want it. These now become business expenses.

  • Section 179 Deduction:   each year the government allows a capital investment purchase that can use an accelerated depreciation schedule for that investment.  (For more information, see Publication 946 from the Internal Revenue Service IRS)

It would be advisable to contact your tax advisor or your accountant to explain these tax programs to you.

RV Consignment Program Florida

RV Consignment Florida

Frequently asked questions

How do I know that my Motor Home won't be torn up?

This is the biggest concern of RV owners. The long and the short of it is that the renter is responsible for almost everything. The only exceptions are the normal wear items. Each renter is screened extensively. We get their addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, driver's license information, auto insurance binders plus any other information that seems pertinent. Each renter is given an extensive walk-through on the coach and must sign the Check-Out sheet. This keeps them from coming back later and saying the reason something broke or got damaged was because we did not tell them how to operate the it. In addition, each renter is required to read the Terms and Conditions and sign them. These terms and conditions were written to protect the coach, the owner of the coach and RV Rentals of Orlando. They clearly spell out what the renter's responsibilities and the penalties involved if they don't adhere to them. Every coach is cleaned, full of gas and water and thoroughly inspected before it leaves. The customer signs that it's in good condition and that they agree to return it full of fuel and clean. If they don't, we clean it or gas it up and charge the renter. On the Vehicle Check-Out form and our contract, it clearly states that we have 10 days to inspect the unit before refunding the renter's deposit. This gives us enough time to check out the unit carefully for anything that might be hidden. None of these things are of any use if we can't collect from the renter if damage occurs. To make certain we will be able to collect, each renter must pay for the rental in advance plus leave us a $1,000.00 deposit. The renter must sign a contract authorizing us to charge any balance due on their credit card. With this credit card authorization, the customer can't successfully dispute our charges to their credit card company.

What about rental insurance?

We get an Insurance Binder from the renters or sell them a commercial policy. Either way your insurance never comes into play. Contact management for cost of insurance.

What if I want to use my Motor Home?

It is very simple. When you know you want to use the coach, call us and we'll reserve it for you as though you were any other renter. When you pick it up, it will be full of fuel, water and propane. We'll start the refrigerator and water heater for you and check all the appliances, generator, etc. All we ask is that you return it full of fuel, propane and cleaned with holding tanks dumped so that it's ready to go out on the next rental.

How do I know that my Motor Home will be properly maintained?

In most cases, our maintenance procedures are far more strict then the average owner's. When a motor home goes into the program, we fill out a vehicle information screen in our computer. One of the questions it asks is how often we want to perform maintenance on this vehicle. We also are required to enter the mileage when we receive the coach and the computer keeps track of how many miles are on it. It would be to an advantage if your RV had an extended warranty, which we can supply at cost. Each time a renter picks up the unit, we record the actual mileage and the generator hours. When they return, we again record the mileage and the generator hours. When the unit has 3,000 miles on it since the last service, the computer automatically prompts us that its time to service the unit. When so prompted, we will change the oil and filter, check the transmission fluid, radiator coolant, brake fluid, batteries and tires for proper wear.

Are renters allowed to smoke in my Motor Home?

NO! We don't allow smoking in any of our rental units. There is far too much risk that the upholstery or carpet could be damaged and many people are sensitive to the smell of smoke. Every renter must sign a sheet that clearly states that there is no smoking allowed in the coach. If they choose to ignore this rule, they will be charged a minimum of $250.00 so the coach can be fumigated and professionally cleaned to remove the after-effects from the smoke. This charge is purposely high to defer even the most stubborn renter.

Who is allowed to drive my Motor Home?

Only the renter and those person's designated at the time the reservation is taken. Each designated driver will be required to give us their full name, address, drivers license and expiration date. The renter understands that they're the responsible party and will be charged for any damage or repairs.

What happens if the Motor Home breaks down on the road?

Every renter is told that they can repair anything that breaks and bring us the receipt for reimbursement for anything up to $100.00. If the repair is for more then $100.00, they MUST call us for approval and instructions. Items 13 on the Terms and Conditions clearly spell out the procedures that must be followed and our limits of liability. Our liability is limited to the reimbursement for any full rental days lost due to the breakdown and does not include any other expenses the renter might occur. Our contract specifically states that such things as the refrigerator, generator, air conditioner, etc. do not constitute a breakdown and no reimbursement will be forthcoming. Once the unit has been repaired and returned to us, we will make the determination as to whether the breakdown was due to mechanical failure or negligence on the part of the renter. If we determine it was due to negligence or misuse, we will charge the renter for the repair. If the unit is still covered by a warranty, we will either send the renter to the authorized warranty station or file the claim ourselves upon return.

What if my Motor Home does not rent?

How often your unit rents depends largely on what it is. Currently, demand is far greater than our supply. Out motor homes are averaging over 2 weeks of rental per month during the summer months. While we can't guarantee the number of rentals your unit will have, we have excellent rental history to give you an honest estimate. At some point we will cap the number of units. We are committed to our coach owners and will not allow our supply to dilute the owners income.

Where would my Motor Home be kept when it's not out on rental?

Our lot is fenced and lighted. We also have Internet Video Cameras so that we can get real time surveillance at any time we want.

How and when do I get paid?

Statements and checks are mailed once a month. Each owner is paid for all rentals that returned and closed out during the previous month. The owners statement consists of two parts. The first shows any charges or credits for the month and the total amount due to the owner. The second part lists all the rentals for the unit for that month.