This guide gives you information on towing, camping, setting up an RV at a campsite and what to consider when dry-camping.
*Renter must agree to Terms & Conditions.
*Tow vehicle and hitch receiver must be capable of towing trailer weight.
*Tow vehicle must have 12v trailer battery charge wire powered on 7-way plug. (see below)
*Roadside Assistance on travel trailer is required if towing outside the local area.
*Tow vehicle liability insurance must extend to the trailer. (see below)
Camping Checklist - this is a list of items you may want to pack to bring on your trip.
Roadrunner RV Rental
Travel Trailer Rental in Tucson, Arizona
Required To Tow our trailers: Please make sure your trailer battery charge wire is powered. The Trailer Battery Charge Wire needs to be powered with constant 12 volts or while your ignition is on. Please refer to the owner's manual for your tow vehicle to confirm what needs to be done to power this terminal. It can be tested by us or by testing the voltage on the 7-way tow vehicle plug on the pin at the 2 o'clock position. This pin should show 12 volts with the ignition on or constant. The onboard brake controller (Prodigy Wireless Brake Controller) will not function without this powered and you will not be able to tow the trailer without it. We are able to test and verify your plug before your pick up date. Please call and schedule a day and time for us to test your 7-way plug connector so there will not be any delays when you come to pick up the trailer. (Here's a video explaining how to test the tow vehicle's 7-way plug: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7uw1Jv1stc)