Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is anything required from me before I pick up my camper?
A. Yes, all renters must leave a $100.00 non refundable deposit in order for your camper to be reserved. We suggest that all our renters get familiar with the Boler Manual (pdf file). Renters will have to fax a copy of their vehicle registration to show that they have a minimum 3rd party liability amount of $ 5000 000.00. Our fax number is 908-325-7385.
Q. How and where do I purchase $5 000 000.00 3rd Party Liability Insurance?
A. We recommend that all our customers purchase $5 000 000.00 3rd part liability. Most insurance companies have a minimum liability insurance of $2 000 000.00. To check what amount of insurance you currently have, check your insurance. Additional insurance can be purchased at a nominal fee a few days before your scheduled pick up time and can be purchased for for the duration of your rental. To purchase this additional insurance contact your local insurance broker.
Q. How will I know how to hook up and set everything up?
A. We conduct a thorough orientation with you prior to departure. All renters should arrive 30 minutes early to receive their orientation.
Q. Where are you located and where do I pick-up my camper?
A. Click Here for a map of our office location and where to pick-up your camper.
Q. When can I pick up my camper?
A. Pick ups are available by appointment only. To arrange for a pick up time, phone Chad or Kim at (204) 298-2925.
Q. Do I need a SUV or truck to pull a Boler camper?
A. No, a 4 cylinder car will easily tow Boler campers as it is a lightweight 13 foot camper.
Q. Do I need any special equipment to tow it?
A. Towing Requirements: Make sure you check your owner’s manual to learn the towing capacity of your vehicle. In order to secure your safety, we require no less than a Class II hitch which is attached to the frame of your tow vehicle. This class of hitch is rated to a maximum load of 3500 lbs. Clearance from the ground to the ball of the hitch should be 14-16″. A 1 7/8” diameter ball and a 7-pin round connector for running and taillights are also required. An adaptor is available for those who have 4-prong flat wiring. Tow bumpers will not be accepted. Be sure to check all your components are working properly. If you need to have a hitch installed on your vehicle or require assistance with your tow vehicle wiring contact Mitchell Welding at (204) 284-4994.
Q. What type of connector do I need to connect my vehicle to the Boler for lights?
A. You will require flat 4 pin connector. A four to seven pin adaptor is available should you not have the correct connector.
Q. How much clearance do I need?
A. Clearance from the ground to the ball of the hitch should be 14-16″.
Q. What size ball do I need?
A. 1 7/8” diameter ball
Q. Can I let the kids ride in the camper while I am driving down the road?
Q. My wife and I have 2 kids, a boy and a girl—is the camper big enough for all of us?
A. Yes, the Boler camper has a full size, double bed for two adults and a bunk bed for each of the kids.
Q. Is there a mileage limit that I can take the camper?
A. No! You can camp out on your driveway or take it all the way across the country.
Q. Can I rent the camper for a week if I want to use it for 4 days and my friend for the other 3 days?
Q.How do I find out if your campers are available on the dates that I want?
A. To check for availability click on the calendar and look at the dates that you want. If there are no Boler campers in the dates that you are looking for, then the camper is available. Call in as soon as possible and book your camper.
Q. How long can I rent the Camper?
A. We have daily, weekly and monthly rates.
Q.Can an adult sleep in the bunk beds?
A. The listed weight capacity for the top bunk is 100 pounds. Do not exceed the limit or damage will occur to the interior.
Q. What do I need to bring with me?
A. All of your essential personal items that you use everyday—soap, washcloths, towels, toothbrush—you get the idea. A robe or whatever to wear to toilets/shower house at campground. Sleeping bags or bed linens for both bunks and double size bed. Pack lightly but bring clothing that you will need. Some other things you may want to bring are: bottled water for drinking and cooking, cook ware, and disposable or unbreakable cups, plates, bowls, flatware, etc…
Q. Where can I cook?
A. You can cook using the portable toast – oven (if you have a camp sight with an electrical hook up). You can use the stove (propane). Outside you can cook on a grill or camp stove (not provided with rental). Bring pans and whatever else you need for your cooking.
Q. What if it’s a cold day?
A. Our campers are equipped with excellent heating units, which heat the campers up in no time. Electricity is required!